18 September 2017
Simcocks is pleased to announce the admission of Sarah Wolter to the Isle of Man Bar. Sarah was sworn in as an Isle of Man advocate by the Island’s Chief Justice, His Honour Deemster Doyle on 18 April 2017.
Sarah joined Simcocks in July 2014 after graduating from Northumbria University with a First Class Masters degree in Law.
In March 2015, Sarah began her Articles with Simcocks and soared through the Manx Bar exams. Since joining the firm, she has received a wide range of training and gained valuable experience across the Private Client department before moving into the Corporate and Commercial department.
In her current role, Sarah advises on company administration and prepares legal opinions in respect of a variety of high-value property transactions, banking, and refinancing matters. She also advises on mental health issues, including preparation of enduring powers of attorneys and receivership applications to the court and provides advice on commercial and domestic conveyancing.
“I am thrilled to have been commissioned as an Advocate and I feel very fortunate to have undertaken my training with Simcocks – one of the Island’s leading law firms. As a progressive firm, Simcocks provided me with a supportive yet challenging environment in which to complete my training. It allowed me to work with local and international clients on a number of high profile cases where I gained a wealth of experience. I am looking forward to developing my career as an Advocate at Simcocks.”
Irini Newby, Simcocks Director and Head of Commercial and Corporate department commented:
“Everyone at Simcocks is extremely proud of Sarah’s achievement and we look forward to being a part of her continued development. I have no doubt that Sarah has a successful career ahead as an Advocate.”