Priestleys has announced the appointment of experienced attorney, Rachel Kelly, as an Associate working in the firm’s litigation and dispute resolution department.

Rachel joins Priestleys with extensive experience gained at a number of Northern Ireland’s leading commercial firms acting for a variety of clients in a broad range of commercial litigation and insolvency matters.

Rachel commented: “Priestleys has offered me an opportunity to expand my cross border legal experience and work with a wide range of domestic and international clients and multinational corporations whilst relocating to the Cayman Islands. In Belfast, I worked on a broad spectrum of commercial disputes with a particular specialism in banking disputes and insolvency matters. I worked on behalf of a variety of clients on a range of challenging instructions including acting for insolvency practitioners on all issues arising in respect of corporate insolvency. At Priestleys, I will be working in the litigation and dispute resolution team dealing with all general commercial disputes with a particular emphasis on insolvency matters.”

Guy Dilliway-Parry, Partner of Priestleys, added: “Rachel brings a plethora of UK experience to the firm having worked with a diverse range of clients at well-respected firms. Rachel has a proven track record of dealing with complex contentious cases effectively and offering comprehensive, balanced and commercially focused advice. We are delighted to welcome Rachel to the growing team at Priestleys.”

Priestleys is a full-service Cayman Islands law firm delivering legal and fiduciary services to local and international clients. Established in 2007, Priestleys is one of the leading boutique law firms in the Cayman Islands. The firm’s well-regarded litigation and dispute resolution practice provides a full range of litigation and dispute resolution services to businesses in every sector. It offers commercial and client focused solutions in many disputes, often multijurisdictional in nature.

Priestleys is a ranked firm for dispute resolution in the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners directories in the Cayman Islands.

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