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Doughty joins MJM as senior counsel

Allan Doughty has joined MJM Ltd's dispute resolution team as senior counsel.

Mr Doughty first qualified in Nova Scotia, Canada, in 2002 before returning home to Bermuda in 2004, when he was called to the Bermuda Bar.

MJM described Mr Doughty as “a seasoned litigator”, having appeared before numerous tribunals and at all levels of Bermuda's courts.

He also had one of his cases heard by the Privy Council in 2015.

Mr Doughty has argued some of Bermuda's leading human rights, constitutional and medical law cases.

“I am very happy to be joining the team at MJM and am looking forward to this new chapter in my career,” Mr Doughty said.

Fozeia Rana-Fahy, director and head of the dispute resolution team at MJM, said: “We are pleased to welcome Allan to the firm.

“He is an established attorney with a consistent and proven record of achievements and I am certain that the addition of his experience and knowledge will enhance our offering to the clients of our dispute resolution team.”

Joining MJM: Allan Doughty (Photograph supplied)

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Published June 19, 2020 at 9:00 am (Updated June 19, 2020 at 9:02 am)

Doughty joins MJM as senior counsel

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