Nicole Jennings – Pupil

Nicole is currently a pupil in Chambers undertaking her first six, and is looking forward to commencing work in all of Chamber’s core practice areas from October 2019.

Before commencing pupillage, Nicole was part of an in-house legal team at one of the leading global media companies in London, working on international contracts throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa. This experience enabled her to develop her negotiation skills in order to protect her client’s interests in tough situations.

Nicole has a keen interest in family law and has worked with many pro bono projects over the years. At the Family Advice Scheme, she advised and represented litigants-in-person on a range of family law applications. In addition, she managed the Domestic Abuse Team at The Norfolk Community Law Service, where she supported and assisted clients with navigating the legal system. Nicole’s experience of working with vulnerable individuals means she is able to put clients at ease whilst discussing sensitive legal matters.

Nicole previously worked as a real estate paralegal on a national project where she regularly negotiated with a variety of companies including local councils and NHS bodies. As a result, she has developed an understanding of clients’ commercial and legal needs.

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Nicole is currently a pupil in Chambers undertaking her first six, and is looking forward to commencing work in all of Chamber’s core practice areas from October 2019.

Before commencing pupillage, Nicole was part of an in-house legal team at one of the leading global media companies in London, working on international contracts throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa. This experience enabled her to develop her negotiation skills in order to protect her client’s interests in tough situations.

Nicole has a keen interest in family law and has worked with many pro bono projects over the years. At the Family Advice Scheme, she advised and represented litigants-in-person on a range of family law applications. In addition, she managed the Domestic Abuse Team at The Norfolk Community Law Service, where she supported and assisted clients with navigating the legal system. Nicole’s experience of working with vulnerable individuals means she is able to put clients at ease whilst discussing sensitive legal matters.

Nicole previously worked as a real estate paralegal on a national project where she regularly negotiated with a variety of companies including local councils and NHS bodies. As a result, she has developed an understanding of clients’ commercial and legal needs.