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Emma Sharma

Paralegal ACILEx Litigation & Dispute Resolution | Bath
Direct: 01225 750023
Office: 01225 750000

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I am a Paralegal in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution team based in the Bath office.

I joined Mogers Drewett in 2011 and have worked in several different departments across the firm since then. I have been in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Team for the last 3 years and have recently qualified as a Paralegal.

I work closely with my team to strive for the best possible outcome for each of our clients. I particularly enjoy being the first point of contact for many of our new clients and enquiries.

Outside of work I enjoy crafting and cooking for friends and family.

 

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