Chanel QuigleyLegal assistant
Legal assistant in the projects team
I am a legal assistant in the construction team, assisting with the delivery of contentious and non-contentious work. I assist with the drafting and execution of JCT and bespoke construction contracts, as well helping produce construction and procurement advice for our housing, local government, charities, and social business sectors.
I graduated from the University of Leicester in 2018 with a LLB degree in law. I have recently completed my legal practice course at the University of Law, Birmingham and was awarded a distinction.
I have previously worked in a range of non-clinical roles in the NHS; mainly providing administrative support in financial and business departments.
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