Katrina Isola graduated from the University of Exeter with a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Theology in 2016. Following her degree, Katrina completed the Law Conversion at BPP University in 2018 and in 2019 she was awarded a Distinction in her postgraduate diploma Legal Practice Course at BPP University in London.
Katrina undertook the Gibraltar Professional Skills and Conduct course at the University of Gibraltar where she also completed the Professional Certificate of Competence in Gibraltar Law.
Katrina completed her training at ISOLAS LLP and was enrolled as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Gibraltar in December 2020 and has primarily worked alongside partner Emma Lejeune in the Private Client department and partner Sarah Bray in Conveyancing.
Katrina has particular experience in advising persons, businesses and high net worth individuals with their businesses and personal affairs. She has taken an interest with family office wealth planning, estate planning, residency and category 2 advice and applications, as well as business licensing and ETB applications.
Katrina assists and advises clients on residential, commercial, and off-plan sales and purchases of properties in Gibraltar, and she regularly acts for banks and lenders in respect of the financing of these properties. Katrina has also assisted in acting for developers, such as King’s Wharf, more particularly Quay 31, and continues to act for lessors and management companies of various developments such as Atlantic Suites and Cornwall’s Centre.
Memberships & Background
2020: Associate, Isolas LLP
2020: Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Gibraltar
2019: Trainee Lawyer, Isolas LLP
2019: University of Gibraltar: Gibraltar Professional Skills and Conduct Course
2019: Postgraduate Diploma Legal Practice Course, BPP London
2018: The Law Conversion (GDL), BPP London
2016: University of Exeter, Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Theology
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Katrina's team: Adrian Pilcher, Emma Lejeune, Sarah Bray, Stuart Dalmedo and Nicholas Manning