Wilson Nesbitt has unveiled a rebranding as it aims to grow and build over another seven decades. The Belfast and Bangor firm, which was founded in 1978, adopted a new look after reflecting on its history.
Retired Bangor solicitor Cynthia Baxter, also known as Cynthia Hopkirk, has passed away at the age of 84. Ms Baxter was admitted to the roll of solicitors in 1975 and was a partner in the Bangor office of Wilson Nesbitt until her retirement in 1992.
Wilson Nesbitt has become the first law firm in Northern Ireland to achieve a certification in GDPR from compliance specialists Briefed. The certification process involved an in-depth audit of the firm's information governance and accountability, and the policies, procedures and controls in place to
Belfast-based Wilson Nesbitt Solicitors won two awards in recognition of its conveyancing service. The firm received two gold awards in the Northern Ireland and County Antrim categories at the ESTAS Customer Service Awards 2019, sponsored by SearchFlow.
Northern Ireland lawyers have been given a rare insight into the important and changing role of mediation in dispute resolution in Commonwealth countries. The Commonwealth Lawyers Association (CLA) event, taking place in Law Society House, heard from Mr Justice Vasheist Kokaram from the High Court o
Belfast firm Wilson Nesbitt is donating nearly £1,500 to road safety charity Brake following fundraising efforts around the Belfast Marathon. Three Wilson Nesbitt relay teams took part in the marathon, raising £730 on their JustGiving page.