Senior Partner

Jasvinder Singh Gill

I read Law at the University of East London graduating with an LL.B (Hons) in 1995 and undertook the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in 1996. I read International, Commercial & European Law at Sheffield University graduating with an LL.M in 1997 and in 2010 I graduated with a Diploma in Notarial Practice at Cambridge University. Outside of work I enjoy Formula 1 motor racing, Clay Pigeon shooting and going to the movies.

Partner

Karen du Rocher

Ms du Rocher qualified as a solicitor in 1988 after reading Law at Newcastle Upon Tyne University and undertaking her Solicitor Finals (as they were known at the time) at the College of Law, Chancery Lane in 1986. Ms du Rocher moved to Tinklin Spingall where she became a Partner in 1990 until 2001 and then joined Hatten Wyatt in September 2004 where she became a partner the following year. In 2010 Ms du Rocher qualified as a Notary in 2010 and became a partner for Hatten Wyatt Notaries in May 2011.

Legal Executive

Christopher Kennett

I have been working as a Legal Clerk and an Associate Legal Executive at firms in and around Kent since 1981, but I finally qualified as a Fellow Legal Executive in 2000. I am a family man who dotes on his wife and children. My other loves are travelling, reading and playing golf badly, but my main hobby is playing music and you may have seen me playing in bands at venues around the country.

Partner

Avril Croud

I read English at Exeter University, qualifying in a BA Honours. Subsequently I undertook the Solicitor’s Final Exams at College of Law, Chancery Lane, London in 1986. Following which I secured articles with Emmerson Brown and Brown, qualifying in 1988. I was amongst the first Solicitors to be admitted to the Law Society’s Family Panel, and I am currently a member of The Resolution (formerly Solicitor’s Family Law Association) and an Advanced Member of the Law Society’s Family Law Panel.