Gethin Bennett (Capital Law)

Gethin Bennett

Gethin is a Solicitor in our Employment & Immigration team.

As a trainee he was recently seconded to The Royal Mint in-house legal team, working on a wide range of commercial and other legal issues.

Being passionate about mental health, Gethin often delivers training and attends events on this topic, with a particular focus on employee wellbeing at work.

Gethin is part of the Welsh Law initiative at Capital, actively involved in promoting awareness of devolution and its impact on business in Wales. Being a fluent French speaker, Gethin is also part of the international offering at Capital, regularly attending conferences and events abroad.

Geth joined the Royal Mint on secondment for a 9 month period and was a key part of our Legal and Compliance Team during that time. Geth is an exceptional young lawyer but as well as being very technically able it is his drive, enthusiasm and commerciality which really sets him apart from his peers. I am delighted that we will continue to work with Geth now he is back at Capital Law utilising his experiences gained to support us with complex procurement and licensing arrangements

Chris Inson
Legal Counsel | The Royal Mint

  • Delivering employment law training sessions and breakfast briefings
  • Assisting in the settlement of a £420k senior employee exit claim
  • Assisting in the settlement of injunction proceedings arising out of a directors’ dispute
  • Delivering training on drafting and negotiating commercial contracts at The Royal Mint
  • Undertaking high-level audit of commercial contracts for The Royal Mint Procurement team
  • Employment law
  • Intellectual Property
  • Commercial law
  • International work


  • Solicitor, Capital Law Limited (August 2019 – present)
  • Trainee Solicitor (Secondment), The Royal Mint Limited (2018 – July 2019)
  • Trainee Solicitor, Capital Law Limited (Oct 2017 – August 2019)
  • Commercial Legal Advisor, Redkite Solicitors (Jul 2016 – Jul 2017)


  • Cardiff University: LPC, Distinction (2015 – 2016)
  • Cardiff University: Law and French, First Class Hons (2011 – 2015)


  • Welsh
  • French
  • Spanish (conversational)