Ones to Watch; A New Generation of Lawyers and Accountants Is Making Its Mark in Wales. These 30 Young Professionals Listed Here Are Some of the Faces to Watch in the Coming Years

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Ones to Watch; A New Generation of Lawyers and Accountants Is Making Its Mark in Wales. These 30 Young Professionals Listed Here Are Some of the Faces to Watch in the Coming Years


Stacey Jeffreys, 30, senior solicitor, Blake Morgan Stacey is a senior solicitor in the commercial services division of Blake Morgan. She joined the firm in 2004, having previously worked for Acuity Legal, Shearman & Sterling LLP and Welsh Government. She is a graduate of CardiffUniversity. Stacey now advises clients on the drafting and negotiation of a range of commercial contracts including collaboration agreements, sale and purchase of goods and services agreements, manufacturing agreements, confidentiality agreements and on a range of IT contracts.

She already benefits from experience in advising large private-sector companies, public bodies, higher and further education clients, and charities.

Alex Butler, 30, senior solicitor, Blake Morgan Alex joined Blake Morgan in 2014, having previously worked for Hugh James after graduating from the University of Bristol and gaining an LPC in law from CardiffUniversity. He is now a senior solicitor in the corporate team at Blake Morgan.

He specialises in advising on corporate transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, disposals, management buy-outs and equity investments. He also advises clients on a variety of corporate governance matters including share buy-backs, internal compliance issues, shareholder agreements and general Companies Act compliance.

Alex acts for a wide range of regional and national clients, including public and private companies, partnerships, private individuals and internationally recognised banks.

Luke Russell, 33, senior solicitor, Blake Morgan Luke is a senior solicitor specialising in advising customers and suppliers on a range of IT, technology and outsourcing transactions.

He joined Blake Morgan upon qualification in 2013, having completed his training contract with Walker Morris solicitors in Leeds.

Luke now has specific experience in the procurement of software and services and has negotiated and drafted software licences and software as a service agreement relating to software used in a number of different industries.

He also advises on data protection issues and has drafted data processing agreements for the transfer of personal data between public-sector organisations and private companies.

Dan Dowen, commercial and IP solicitor, Berry Smith Lawyers Dan is a solicitor in Berry Smith's commercial and IP team, working closely with both UK and international clients on high-level and high-value commercial contracts. He is building his reputation particularly within the diagnostics field, advising on technical IP issues, drafting bespoke commercial contracts, such as supply, distribution and licensing agreements while supervising a team of lawyers who provide ongoing advice on all forms of commercial contracts to retainer clients.

Dan's ability to assess a client's commercial needs, identify potential risks, act swiftly and provide pragmatic advice is evident in his loyal and growing client base. Clare Edge, 34, senior manager in risk advisory, Deloitte Clare specialises in internal and external audits for public-sector and third-sector organisations.

She is also an appraiser within her team, and a coach and mentor for school-leavers, graduates and managers at Deloitte in Wales and the South West.

The first-class accountancy graduate, who lives in Cardiff, was promoted to senior manager after returning from maternity leave and has been recognised on a national level as one of the firm's charity experts.

She loves being able to add value to her clients and building strong client relationships as well as making being audited a pleasant, two-way process which can lead to positive outcomes. Looking to the future, her aim is to move through to the senior leadership team after her return Continues page 16 From page 15 Francesca Smith, associate solicitor, Eversheds Sutherland Francesca is an associate solicitor in the human resources practice group at Eversheds Sutherland (International) based in Cardiff, specialising in all aspects of employment and immigration law. …

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