Mills Selig welcomes four NQs
Northern Ireland firm Mills Selig has welcomed four newly-qualified solicitors following the completion of their two-year training contract with the firm.
Darragh Fox, Maria McStravick, Chloe Lowe and Andrew McGrath have joined the firm in permanent roles, having graduated from the Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS) at Queen’s University Belfast.
Mr Fox joins the corporate team and will work directly under managing partner Chris Guy, senior partner John Kearns and partners Glenn Watterson and Darren Marley on a range of corporate matters, including M&As and corporate governance.
Ms McStravick will join the licensing team, headed up by partner Maeve Fisher, which has detailed knowledge and practical experience of a wide range of licensing applications.
Ms Lowe will join the property team, working under head of department Anne Skeggs, and partners Anna-Marie McAlinden and Niamh Laverty.
Mr McGrath will join the banking and finance team which advises on property and corporate finance transactions. He will work closely with the firm’s corporate and property teams.
Mills Selig managing partner Chris Guy said: “We are pleased to have retained all of Mills Selig’s newly qualified solicitors within the firm. Having successfully completed our two-year training programme, they are now confidently stepping into their roles as qualified solicitors.
“The appointment of talented lawyers who share our values sits hand in hand with the continued success of the firm. We have a strong team across all practice areas, and we are currently sitting with the largest number of legal professionals ever employed by Mills Selig — this is something we are very proud of as it helps us deliver exceptional service to our clients.”