Quinn Legal’s Cara Nelson called to Isle of Man Bar

Quinn Legal is excited to announce the admission of Cara Nelson to the Isle of Man Bar. Cara was sworn in as an Isle of Man advocate by the Island’s Chief Justice, His Honour Deemster Corlett on 11 March 2019.

Cara joined Quinn Legal in December 2016 after graduating from the University of Bristol and the University of Law.  In 2017, Cara began her Articles with Quinn Legal and passed the Manx Bar exams on her first attempt.  Cara has received a wide range of training and gained valuable experience across Quinn Legal’s Business, Property, Private Client and Litigation teams.

Cara commented:

‘I am delighted to have been commissioned as an Advocate following the completion of my training contract. I am very fortunate to have undertaken my training at Quinn Legal which is one of the Island’s leading law firms.

‘Quinn Legal is a progressive and dynamic firm and has provided me with a supportive yet challenging environment in which to complete my training. I have gained a wealth of invaluable experience during the last two years and I am extremely thankful for all of the support I have received from Quinn Legal leading up to my qualification. I am looking forward to developing my career as an Advocate and am excited to be doing this with Quinn Legal.’

James Quinn, founder of Quinn Legal, and Cara’s principal, commented:

‘Everyone at Quinn Legal is extremely proud of Cara’s achievement.  Cara has worked really hard throughout her time at Quinn Legal and continues to progress with enthusiasm in all aspects of her role.  We look forward to being a part of her continued development and have no doubt that Cara has a successful career ahead as an Advocate.’

In her current role, Cara continues to gain a broad range of experience in litigation including, personal injury and employment matters, as well as being part of the wider litigation team representing both commercial and private clients in high-value civil and criminal matters.