Maeve England

Partner and Head of Department Dispute Resolution | Bath
Direct: 01225 750039
Office: 01225 750000
Mob: 07500 844263

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I am a Partner and head the Dispute Resolution team.

In my day-to-day work I specialise in real estate and construction disputes, and have extensive experience of litigation, adjudication and mediation, where I try and secure great results for everyone before any court involvement.

I work with clients ranging from local individuals and companies to national and global organisations. What I love most of all is giving practical, commercially-focused advice and getting to know a client’s business well so that I can be more effective.

I live in Somerset with my husband and two boys. Outside work I am interested in books, music, theatre, socialising and football.

 

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  • MAEVE IS ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC - SHE'S GROUNDED AND YOU CAN TRUST YOUR CASE IS IN GOOD HANDS, SHE ALWAYS KNOWS THE FACTS.

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