Seven senior appointments at Wilson Nesbitt

Seven senior appointments at Wilson Nesbitt

Northern Ireland firm Wilson Nesbitt has announced seven senior appointments, including a new partner and two new senior associates.

Ciara Brolly has stepped into the role of partner leading the family law team. Renowned for her technical expertise and direct advice in divorce and financial settlements, she leads on high-value, complex private client matters.

The firm has also appointed Sian Brunt and Hannah Simpson as senior associates, Sharon Hawthorne as senior manager, Daniel McCracken and Izabela Treacy as associates, and Chi Ling Tip as senior solicitor.

Ms Brunt focuses on dispute resolution, recovery litigation, employment law, professional negligence including fraud and conflict mediation and contentious banking matters, while Ms Simpson is a personal injury and medical negligence specialist.

Ms Hawthorne assists with the management of the residential banking team in the firm’s lender services department.

New associate Mr McCracken leads on estate disputes, advising on will validity, financial provision claims for disappointed family members and contentious trust and land matters. He also provides technical support for the wider private client team.

Ms Treacy has been appointed associate in the real estate team. She specialises in commercial and social property development, investment and landlord and tenant transactions.

Ms Tip, new senior solicitor, assists in commercial property, including development, leaseholds and title rectifications.

Commenting on the appointments, managing partner Gilbert Nesbitt said: “Our partnership would like to congratulate the team on their promotions.

“This new tier of appointments reflect upon the trajectory of Wilson Nesbitt as a firm and are a direct result of the exceptional support this team provides to both our clients and their fellow members.

“We are very proud of their achievements and believe their promotions acknowledge their growth to date, along with their dedication to the progression of the firm. We wish each of them every success in their new roles. We will continue to support and empower them as they progress.”

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