Campbells, an offshore law firm, has appointed six partners in its Cayman Islands and Hong Kong offices.
Marianne Rajic will join Campbells’ Hong Kong office as a partner later this month. Rajic was previously a partner with Walkers in the British Virgin Islands and will bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the firm’s Investment Funds and Corporate & Finance Group.
Rhonda Laws, who worked with Campbells in the Cayman Islands for over more than years, will also be joining the group as counsel.
In addition, Campbells has promoted five lawyers to partner in its Cayman Islands office: Andrew Pullinger in the Litigation, Insolvency & Restructuring Group; Richard Spencer, Mark Adams and Simon Thomas in the Investment Funds and Corporate & Finance Group; and Lily Lee in the Property & Local Practice Group.
“We are delighted to welcome someone of Marianne’s calibre to our new Hong Kong office, and this key hire serves to demonstrate our commitment to growth and development in the Asian market” said Ross McDonough, senior partner and managing partner, Hong Kong.
John Wolf, managing partner, added: “The quality of our people is key to our ability to provide exceptional legal advice. We are delighted to announce these appointments and to be bringing forward talent that exists within the firm.”
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