Kyles Legal are delighted to announce that David Parish, having been with the firm for 2 years, has been made a Partner.
David, who originates from Seaton Delaval, qualified with an undergraduate degree in Modern History at Hertford College, University of Oxford, going on to complete a Masters at the same institution.
He then went on to do a conversion course in law at Northumbria University completing his training contract period at Brennans in North Tyneside before working for a small Wallsend firm. Since leaving that firm he has gone from strength to strength and is now a regular face at police stations, magistrates courts and Crown Courts in the North of England.
David has a specialism in crime and road traffic law, and has obtained his duty solicitor qualification. He is qualified as a higher rights advocate and also represents clients in the Crown Court.
In his spare time, David is an avid Newcastle United fan and regularly travels the country watching his home town team. David’s appointment is thoroughly deserved and his addition to the partnership is another big step forward for the company.