Rising legal star Kate Arnold named in prestigious young achievers' list
Young – and a rising star.
It's an especially notable achievement in any profession,
especially the complex legal field, so associate solicitor Kate
Arnold has every reason to be proud.
Kate, who works in the private client division at Tunbridge
Wells-based law firm Cripps Harries Hall LLP, has been named in
this year's "Top 35 under 35", published by Private Client
Practitioner, a leading legal website and news service.
To be named on the list, which recognises the rising stars of
the private client professional community as a whole - including
lawyers, accountants, wealth managers and IFA's - is a major
Kate, who began her current role after training at Cripps
Harries Hall, advises clients with international interests both on
lifetime succession planning and cross border issues (particularly
She frequently works with specialist partners on complex high
value legal and tax projects.
Kate said: "I am delighted firstly to have been nominated, and
then to be recognised as one of the top practitioners in the
"This motivates me further to achieve the highest standard of
practice possible as I develop my career at Cripps."
Myles McIntosh, head of the private client division at Cripps,
said: "This is a well-deserved achievement for Kate. She is a real
credit to the firm where she has shown exceptional aptitude as a
lawyer achieving superb results for our clients.
"This recognition is an indication of the quality of the private
client lawyers working at Cripps and the service clients rightly
expect from a firm of our reputation."
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