Gemma has developed a reputation for her speed in assimilating the factual background to a matter, and her thoroughness in working through a problem in order to provide the best quality advice to a client. Her litigation caseload is heavy with property related matters. This includes housing, tenancy and long-leasehold issues. Her litigation practice is focussed on the County Court and the High Court, but she also litigates in the tribunals particularly in her service charge recovery work.
Clients speak favourably about her detailed advice and practical problem-solving. Her debt recovery clients include private individuals, businesses and property investors. She is known for offering sensible, cost-sensitive options for enforcement of judgments.
Education & Admission
- University of Sussex
- Nottingham Law School
- Admitted as a Solicitor in 2013
- Landlord & Tenant (Residential)
- Landlord & Tenant (Commercial)
- Debt Recovery
- Legal/Beneficial Ownership Disputes