Cerys Sayer

Cerys Sayer

We are delighted to welcome Cerys Sayer to our team. Cerys qualified as a solicitor in 2010 having completed her training in Haywards Heath specialising primarily in criminal defence. She qualified as a duty solicitor in December 2011 and is the honorary secretary for the Sussex Law Society.  Cerys is also fluent in French and spent a year in France studying French law.     It's

Read More

Teresa Mulrooney

Teresa Mulrooney

Teresa Mulrooney did her training in East London. She qualified and moved to Brighton in 1993 where she worked in criminal defence for then partners Jane Grimley and Karen Roberts. She became a partner with Jane Grimley in 1999. Following Jane’s retirement she continued as a partner in Grimley Mulrooney Spearpoint and in 2007 established Mulrooney Craghill Ltd. She is a duty solicitor and is also a peer reviewer for the Legal Services Commission.

Read More

Kirsty Craghill

Kirsty Craghill

Kirsty Craghill qualified as a solicitor in 2000. She is a duty solicitor and a higher courts advocate. This means that she can represent you from the police station right through to conducting the advocacy of your case in the crown court and in the court of appeal. She has been a director in Mulrooney Craghill Ltd since 2007. She has specialised in criminal defence since she qualified.

Read More

Catherine Diffey

Catherine Diffey

Catherine Diffey did her training in London. She qualified as a solicitor in 2003 before moving to Brighton when she was employed by Teresa Mulrooney. She has remained with the firm ever since assisting in defending our clients. She is now a senior solicitor and a duty solicitor. She has worked exclusively in criminal defence since she qualified.

Read More

Cara Sells

Cara Sells

Cara Sells trained as a solicitor at Thanki Novy Taube solicitors in London and qualified in 2002. As a trainee solicitor she specialised in criminal defence and human rights. She has worked in Brighton as a criminal defence solicitor for 9 years and joined our team in September 2011. It's nice to share!FacebookPrintShareEmailStumbleUponDiggReddit

Read More