PRLog - May 25, 2010 - DOUGLAS, U.K. -- Advocate Shona Quayle, who was previously with Appleby, joins after a short break from her legal career following maternity leave, while solicitor Stephen Savage was previously with M & P Legal in Douglas. Between them they have 26 years of legal experience.
Mark Humphrey (centre) with advocate Shona Quayle and solicitor Stephen Savage
Long & Humphrey was established in February, 2009 by well known local advocates Mark Humphrey and Rob Long who were previously partners at Dickinson Cruickshank (now Appleby). Earlier this year they were joined by litigation advocate Nicola Spencer.
“We are delighted to add a further two accomplished lawyers to our team and have no doubt Shona and Stephen will prove invaluable in helping us to maintain and strengthen the level of service we strive to offer our clients,” said Mark. “The appointment of Nicola has been a great success in strengthening our litigation service and the logical progression is to continue to reinforce and supplement our expertise in all areas.”
He added: “Stephen brings with him a wealth of experience in corporate and commercial law in the offshore world. Likewise, we are thrilled that Shona has agreed to work with us again, adding to our private client and property team.”
Stephen said: “I am absolutely delighted to take up this position with Long & Humphrey and look forward to contributing to the continuing growth and success of this ambitious, client focused firm.”
It was a similar reaction from Shona who said: “I am extremely pleased to be joining Rob and Mark in this exciting new firm which they have created with such success. I am very much looking forward to serving the Manx community, developing my client base and playing my part in this thriving practice.”
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About Long & Humphrey:
Isle of Man based Long & Humphrey was established in February, 2009 by well known local advocates Mark Humphrey and Rob Long who were previously partners at Dickinson Cruickshank (now Appleby). Earlier this year they were joined by litigation advocate Nicola Spencer