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Georgina Went

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Georgina qualified as a solicitor in 2017 and prior to joining Saunders Law, she completed her training contract and her first qualified year at a leading firm of solicitors in Buckinghamshire.

The first year of her training contract was spent in the litigation department and since qualifying, Georgina has specialised in general and commercial litigation.

Georgina’s focus at Saunders Law is commercial litigation and dispute resolution. Georgina studied her law degree at the University of East Anglia and gained a distinction in the LPC which she studied at the University of Law, whilst employed as an employment law paralegal.

Georgina is a junior lawyer who has always been driven by contentious work and has been given a high degree of responsibility from the very beginning of her career. She provides her clients with concrete advice so they are able to understand their position and make commercial decisions on the back of that. Where instructed to do so, she assists her clients in negotiating with the opposition on complex legal issues and has an excellent track record in obtaining favourable out of court settlements, by alternative dispute resolution. Georgina also has experience of representing her clients through litigated proceedings, undertaking her own advocacy when appropriate. Through her initiative and compassion, Georgina ensures that her clients feel supported every step of the way.

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