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Kinley Legal moves to larger premises

With effect from Monday 15 May 2017, Kinley Legal’s office is now located at 4 Albert Street, Douglas IM1 2QA, immediately across the street from the Isle of Man Courts of Justice. For directions and more information, please visit our Contact us page.

The new premises offer us considerably more working and meeting space than in our previous premises. We look forward to welcoming our clients and friends to our new home – but please bear with us in the first week, while our telecoms provider gets us re-connected!

To arrange a consultation in any of our legal and notarial practice areas, please contact Christopher Kinley or complete our simple contact form.

Linguistic success

Kinley Legal is delighted to announce that Trainee Solicitor Leah Sizova has recently been elected as a Member of the Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL) with a specialisation in working between English and Russian. Well done, Leah!

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At the same time, Kinley Legal director Christopher Kinley has been recognised by CIOL as a Chartered Linguist. According to CIOL, “Chartership is recognised worldwide as the gold standard for practitioners, whatever their profession. As a Chartered Linguist, a practitioner is committed to maintaining high professional standards, continually developing professional language skills and specialist knowledge”.

The CIOL is the leading UK-based membership body for language professionals, and aims to enhance and promote the value of languages and language skills in the public interest.

To find out more about our work in other languages, please contact Christopher Kinley or complete our simple contact form.

Kinley Legal launched

We are very pleased to announce that Christopher Kinley has completed the transfer of his practice from his previous firm, and from 1 March 2015 will be practising within Kinley Legal, a new Isle of Man corporate and private client law firm.

While for us it will very much be ‘business as usual’, as we continue to advise Isle of Man and international individuals, fiduciaries and other businesses on Isle of Man, English and Irish law, we have kept our Russian capability, with fluent speakers of both English and Russian within the firm.