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29th March, 2018

9 St John Street delighted to welcome four New Tenants to the Family Team

March has been a busy period for the Family team at Nine St John Street who continue to strengthen their ranks with the addition of four new experienced members during, namely;

Sarah Kilvington - (Year of Call 1999)

Kalsoom Maqsood - (Year of Call – 1999)

Lukhvinder Kaur - (Year of Call – 2000)

Kate Henthorn - (Year of Call – 2005)

All are experienced Counsel with thriving Family Practices covering a broad spectrum of work.

Their addition to the team will enable Nine St John Street to provide an expanded service to clients whilst maintaining the core beliefs of the team.

We are also pleased to announce that our pupil Kate Pye-Jones is now in her second sixth of her pupillage and is already accepting instructions on all areas Family law.

If you wish to book any of the above please contact Ped McKinstry on 0161 955 5104 ped@9sjs.com or Matt Rigby on 0161 955 5149 matt@9sjs.com



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