Axiom welcomes a further two membersBack to News Listing
Axiom Advocates are delighted to welcome 2 new members, Helen Watts and Susan Ower following their admission to the Faculty of Advocates on Friday 10th July.
Helen Watts has called to the Bar after training with a leading Edinburgh firm and has an interest in commercial litigation and professional negligence. Her professional negligence experience includes cases involving solicitors, doctors, dentists, engineers, architects, surveyors, auditors and accountants. She has also been involved in General Medical Council and General Dental Council cases. Helen was awarded the Lord Reid Scholarship for 2008-2009
Susan Ower has also called to the Bar after practising for several years as a solicitor in Edinburgh where she obtained significant experience in the field of commercial litigation. She has dealt with a wide variety of disputes involving commercial contracts, insolvency, corporate, property litigation, oil and gas, construction and professional negligence.
David Johnston QC, Axiom Stable Director, said: "Axiom is always eager to build on its existing strengths in commercial and public law, and we are delighted to welcome two new members who have a great deal to offer in those areas. We wish them every success in their careers at the Bar."
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