Kelly enjoys problem solving and has an eye for detail. She joined Enoch Evans LLP’s Commercial Litigation team in March 2020 wanting to put her skills to use and aid clients in resolving their disputes. She has broad litigation experience and uses this to assist with outside the box thinking. She considers carefully the position of opposing parties, particularly in relation to the commerciality of pursuing or defending a claim.
Prior to joining Enoch Evans LLP, Kelly was an in-house Solicitor for a large Social Landlord where she worked as a Litigation Executive, defending housing disrepair claims and appearing in Court on an almost weekly basis in relation to claims for possession.
Kelly completed her Training Contract at an award-winning regional firm where she gained experience in high value Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence claims, Private Client, Court of Protection and Dispute Resolution.
She also previously gained invaluable experience in Insurance Litigation as a fee-earning paralegal for a market-leading International Law Firm, pursuing subrogated recoveries for a large insurer. She dealt with a range of actions including negligence, breach of contract and nuisance claims for property damage, typically caused by escapes of water, escapes of oil, fires and impacts.
Before embarking on her legal career, Kelly graduated from The University of Manchester with a 2:1 in LLB Law with Criminology, following which she completed the Legal Practice Course at The University of Law, Birmingham.
– Kelly can assist with:
– Contractual disputes
– Partnership disputes
– Professional negligence claims
– Commercial settlement agreements
– Property damage claims
– Commercial debt recovery
Hobbies and interests:
Kelly is keen on sports, being a Level 3 Trampoline Coach and County Judge, having retired from National-level competition. She plays tennis and is an enthusiastic member of her local Ladies’ Softball Cricket Team. Kelly also loves football (COYW!) and Formula 1. When time and funds allow, Kelly enjoys fine dining and travelling, particularly combining the two, as well as attending the ballet and Symphony Hall. She is family-orientated, with her favourite individual being her parents’ pug, Panda.