Two new forces join Edmonds Marshall McMahon

So far, January 2020 is proving to be a great start to a new year for Edmonds Marshall McMahon. We are delighted to announce two new joiners to the team!

Luke Dockwray joins as a Senior Associate following 10 years as a Senior Prosecutor for both the Specialist Fraud Division and the Organised Crime Division of the Crown Prosecution Service. Luke has prosecuted cases arising from the Leveson Inquiry and operations conducted by the National Crime Agency for offences of drug trafficking, money laundering, cybercrime and child exploitation.

In the civil arena, Julie Bond joins as a Consultant. Previously, Julie had been a partner for some 30 years at Penningtons Manches Coopers. She will guide the civil team with her extensive experience as a distinguished litigator. Julie has received consistently outstanding rankings in the legal directories for many years. Chambers and Partners (2020) states “Julie is lauded as “well established and well regarded, a leading figure” in the commercial litigation market.”

Both additions to Edmonds Marshall McMahon bring about excitement, as the firm continues to expand and shape the practice for the years ahead.