Collieson joins Carey Olsen Bermuda

  • Adam Collieson: Appointed lead property lawyer at Carey Olsen Bermuda

    Adam Collieson: Appointed lead property lawyer at Carey Olsen Bermuda

Adam Collieson has been appointed lead property lawyer in the Bermuda office of international law firm Carey Olsen.

The firm said Mr Collieson’s core practice is focused on commercial and residential real estate transactions where he has extensive experience advising both international and domestic clients on a wide range of complex property issues.

Michael Hanson, managing partner of Carey Olsen Bermuda, said: “We are delighted to have Adam on board. Adam enjoys an excellent reputation and is a fantastic addition to our team.

“He will play a vital role in our full service offering as we respond to the demand for our services in relation to commercial and residential real estate matters.”

Carey Olsen Bermuda said that, prior to practising property law, Mr Collieson was an accomplished litigator with more than 10 years of significant experience conducting commercial litigation in the Bermuda courts.

He expanded his practice to property and quickly established himself as a prominent property lawyer on the island, the firm said.

Mr Collieson was admitted to the Bermuda Bar in 2006.

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Published Feb 18, 2020 at 8:00 am (Updated Feb 18, 2020 at 8:12 am)

Collieson joins Carey Olsen Bermuda

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