Succeed Legal announces three promotions

The firm welcomed two new principals and a new associate

Succeed Legal announces three promotions
Mell Clarke-Cornor, Beth McCall, and Eddie Jackson

Wellington-based law firm Succeed Legal has continued to grow its practice with three new promotions.  

The firm elevated Mell Clarke-Cornor and Beth McCall to principal, while Eddie Jackson was promoted to associate.

Clarke-Cornor has been with Succeed Legal since 2017.  Practising for over 15 years, she specialises in handling residential and commercial property transactions and other property-related matters, such as leases and subdivisions, relationship property, trusts and estates, and succession planning.

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Meanwhile, McCall moved to Succeed Legal after working as senior solicitor and associate at Duncan Cotterill for more than four years. Her practice includes assisting clients with a broad range of property and private client matters. In addition, she has a particular interest in charities and not-for-profit law and provides advice to charities and other non-profit organisations on operational and constitutional issues.

Jackson has been part of Succeed Legal since he graduated in 2015. He regularly advises privately owned businesses on a wide array of matters relating to sale and purchase transactions, business structuring, and corporate governance. He also deals with trust and personal property matters.

“Mell, Beth and Eddie each exemplify the firm’s values, and have played a major part in helping the firm achieve its vision to be the go-to law firm in Wellington, and a great place to work,” Succeed Legal principal Lloyd Davies said. “We are delighted to announce their promotions, which are well deserved.”

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