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Jaqueline is a well-rounded and experienced Solicitor-Advocate with specialist expertise in criminal defence work, extradition law; she also prosecutes in the crown courts on behalf of Essex Probation Service. She is a Duty Solicitor in magistrates’ courts and police stations in the London area.
Jaqueline has excellent communication and leadership skills and works with clients from diverse backgrounds. She has control of cases from initial instruction to conclusion of the case, including appeals to the crown courts, Court of Appeal and High Courts. She enjoys embracing challenge and has a keen interest in new and unfamiliar areas of law.
Jaqueline was recognised in The Good Lawyers Guide for Outstanding Legal Practice in 2010.
2010 Higher Rights of Audience – Criminal Proceedings
2005 Duty Solicitor Magistrates Courts & Police Stations
2004 Data Law Police Station Accreditation Scheme
1995 University of Westminster Legal Practice Course – Commendation
1993 Thames Valley University LLB (Hons) (2:2)
2015 – FMW Law, Solicitor-Advocate, criminal defence
2001–15 – David Phillips & Partners, Solicitor-Advocate & Duty Solicitor
1996–2001 – Nadine Wong & Co Solicitors, paralegal, trainee and post-qualification solicitor
1992–1996 – Peter Kandler & Co Solicitors, paralegal