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GL expands Digital Media & Technology with two appointments

16 March 2019 |

We are pleased to welcome two newly qualified solicitors to its growing commercial team.

Emma Jones and Henry Nelson-Case will have a particular focus within the tech team led by Paul Hardman to meet the growing demand in this sector.

Emma qualified in 2017 while working at a high street firm after completing her Graduate Diploma in Law part time while working in London. Prior to studying law, she had spent 12 years working for Lloyds Banking Group progressing from phonebank advisor to derivatives documentation specialist in the investment banking branch.

She relocated to Bristol last year during maternity leave and joins the team to build on her commercial banking experience.  

Henry Nelson-Case qualified in December 2018 after training at a law firm in Cheltenham and gaining paralegal experience at a large international law firm.

Henry has a keen interest in new technologies such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality and smart home technology and the exciting opportunities that such technologies present.

Emma said: “I’m so excited to be joining Gregg Latchams in this fast growing and fast changing area of law. Technology now permeates every industry and aspect of our lives so it is a really interesting legal specialism which covers a very wide range of work.”

Henry added: “The demand for legal expertise in digital media and tech is growing rapidly so it is a great time to be entering this area of law. I am looking forward to helping Paul and others further develop the team.”

Paul Hardman said: “These two appointments show Gregg Latchams’ commitment to investing in tech expertise in order to build on the support that we offer to clients in that sector. These two new appointments bring a passion and knowledge that extends beyond the law.”

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