New role at Bedell Cristin as firm appoints head of knowledge

21 Nov 2018

Bedell Cristin has appointed Catherine Cadman as head of knowledge to lead its knowledge strategy.

In this newly created role, Catherine will be based in the firm’s Jersey office and will have oversight of its global presence across six jurisdictions.

With more than 20 years’ leadership experience in knowledge management roles, at both onshore and offshore law firms, Catherine is tasked with maximising how knowledge is captured, shared and applied across Bedell Cristin.

The head of knowledge role has been created as a result of Bedell Cristin’s recent growth and an increased strategic emphasis on providing consistent client service across all of its offices.  

David Cadin, managing partner at Bedell Cristin, said: “Knowledge management is about harnessing our greatest asset – our employees’ expertise – for the benefit of our clients. Catherine has significant pedigree in this space and we’re certain that she will be instrumental in growing Bedell Cristin through her client-focused approach to her role.”

Catherine added: “Bedell Cristin is an agile and responsive business. Building on the strong collaborative culture, and our recent merger with Solomon Harris in Cayman, we will deliver change to benefit our clients and help our legal teams work more efficiently.  I’m delighted to join Bedell Cristin at such an exciting time in the firm's development."

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