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Froomkin joins Christopher E. Swan & Co

Saul Froomkin, QC, has joined law firm Christopher E. Swan & Co as senior advisory counsel.

Mr Froomkin has practised law for 57 years in a variety of different fields and roles.

He was the Solicitor General of Bermuda from 1978 until 1981 and then the Attorney General of Bermuda from 1981 until 1991.

He has also served as chairman of the International Symposium on Economic Crime in Cambridge, Britain, from 1984 until 2017. He has practised in the private sector in both criminal and civil law.

Mr Froomkin was actively engaged in the investigation and prosecution of international economic crime, money laundering, narcotics prosecution and extradition for over 40 years.

He was admitted to practice in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories, Yukon Territory, Bermuda, Anguilla, England and Wales, British Virgin Islands and specially admitted in Antigua and St Kitts & Nevis.

New recruit: Saul Froomkin, left, with Christopher Swan (Photograph by Akil Simmons)

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Published February 14, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated February 13, 2018 at 8:44 pm)

Froomkin joins Christopher E. Swan & Co

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