Appleby expands its Isle of Man practice with two new recruits
Appleby has hired Orla Tynan as a trainee advocate in the Isle of Man litigation and insolvency team and Alicia Cain to the Isle of Man corporate and commercial team.
Born in Ireland, Tynan moved to the Isle of Man and studied at King William’s College. She then moved to the College of Law Bloomsbury, where she studied part time while working at Addleshaw Goddard.
Cain is a qualified solicitor and brings experience in a range of areas, including pensions, trusts and corporate law, to the firm. Born on the island and educated at Ramsey Grammar School, she moved to London where she completed her legal training at Baker & McKenzie and practised as a pensions solicitor.
This content was originally sourced from the Appleby website.
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