Bargate Murray, the multi award-winning luxury asset law firm, is delighted to announce the promotion of Dominic Bulfin to director, effective immediately.
Dom joined Bargate Murray as an associate in 2019, having previously worked in the yacht finance team at Clyde & Co, and was most recently promoted to associate director in 2020.
“Dom has developed into a well rounded and very able member of our leadership team at Bargate Murray," says Quentin Bargate, founder and CEO. "He is particularly active in our superyacht and litigation departments, where he has gained the utmost respect of both clients and colleagues alike.
"Dom has a key role to play in the coming months and years, and as a team player, he is well equipped to help take the firm forwards. He will be a great addition to our Board”.
“I am delighted to be joining the Board at Bargate Murray and to have the opportunity to work alongside Quentin and the directors to navigate this great firm through many years of success in the future," adds Dom. "I am grateful for the support of the other fee earners and staff, all of whom play a significant role in the firm’s continued success. I look forward to continuing my work with the firm’s existing clients, and to welcoming many more into the Bargate Murray family in the years to come.”
Bargate Murray is a world class law firm specialising in luxury assets, headquartered in the City of London. It has been recognised in the Chambers and Partners High Net Worth Guide in consecutive years. The firm’s clients span the globe and include large and respected multinational businesses as well as SME’s and individuals.
The firm has particular skills in Superyachts, Aviation, Litigation / Dispute Resolution, Insurance, Commercial Law, and high-end Residential Property. The founder and CEO, Quentin Bargate, has some 39 years City law firm experience including 14 years as a partner and head of shipping in the top ten London law firm Simmons & Simmons prior to founding Bargate Murray in 2004. Quentin is also frequently appointed as an arbitrator in maritime disputes.