Three senior promotions for Carey Olsen

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Carey Olsen has made three senior promotions last month. The move sees Claire Le Quesne become counsel in the corporate practice, while Nichola Aldridge of the trusts and private wealth team and Tarina Le Boutillier of the employment team have both moved up to senior associate level. Claire has been at Carey Olsen since 2006. She is a member of the Jersey corporate team and has considerable experience advising clients in respect of corporate, funds and banking matters. Her principal practice area focuses on corporate real estate and investment funds, both listed and non-listed. Nichola joined Carey Olsen’s Jersey trusts and private wealth team in 2013. Nichola specialises in trust law with a primary focus on non-contentious matters, acting  for many Channel Islands trust businesses, private trust companies and family offices. In particular, she advises on the establishment and operation of private and commercial trust structures and has experience in dealing with complex restructuring. Tarina specialises in employment law, dealing with global, multinational and local clients and advising on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious employment law. Tarina also has a keen interest in and frequently advises on data protection legislation and privacy related matters. She is a member of the International Association of Privacy Practitioners and is CIPP/E and CIPM qualified.

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