Corlett Bolton is celebrating the success of another member of its team being called to the Manx bar.
Pamela Wells initially joined the practice as office manager in 2016 after a number of years in the island’s insurance, banking, payroll and charity sectors. Since then she has worked in a number of areas of Corlett Bolton’s practice, including Civil Litigation, Landlord and Tenant disputes, and Mental Health matters.
After completing her exams, Pamela has now been called to the bar as a Manx advocate and is based in the Port St Mary office on Bay View Road.
Pamela said: ‘I felt a great deal of pride during the ceremony, which was the culmination of several years of studying and hard work. The support from my colleagues at Corlett Bolton has been instrumental in helping me reach this point in my career, their advice and experience invaluable. The journey so far has been extremely rewarding and I am excited about the future.’
Director Sally Bolton added: ‘Following the completion of her training period and Manx bar exams, we are delighted to have promoted Pamela to the position of advocate. She is a fine asset to our experienced team and her skills and knowledge will benefit our clients. I wish her every success in her new role.’
Another member of the Corlett Bolton team is also progressing successfully through the ranks.
Trainee advocate Michael Miles recently passed all four bar exams on his first attempt as he continues his training period with the support of the team.
Michael, who joined the practice last summer, is also the secretary of the Isle of Man Young Lawyer’s Association which promotes and protects the interests of young lawyers in the Isle of Man, furthering their education and providing regular opportunities for socialising and networking.
Michael’s particular interest is in Property Law, an area in which he hopes to specialise.