Mick Carney is a qualified Solicitor having been admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in 1995. He is also a qualified Duty Solicitor.
Mick was the principal of Carney & Co Solicitors in Stoke-on-Trent for 15 years before joining Kangs Solicitors as a consultant solicitor.
He has specialised in criminal law, fraud work and motoring matters for the last 20 years or so and has developed an extensive national client base.
Mick is a FA Registered Intermediary under The FA Football Agents Regulations on Working with Intermediaries and is also authorised to with ‘minors’. Mick represents numerous professional football players in all four divisions of English Football.
Mick provides a full management service to his professional footballer clients including contractual and transfer matters. Being an experienced and qualified lawyer, Mick is also best placed to advise his players in relation to any disciplinary and regulatory issues that may arise from time to time.
British Boxing Board of Control Licensed Manager
In addition to his work with professional footballer players, Mick is also a British Boxing Board of Control Licensed Manager.
He provides a full management service for a number of professional boxers.
Mick is available to meet with clients at any of the offices of Kangs in Birmingham, Manchester and London.
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