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Alison completed her law degree at the University of Leicester in 2011 as well as her LPC at the University of Law in Guildford in 2012, since that time, has based her legal career solely in Southampton.

As part of her legal training, she has experience working in corporate and employment law as well as personal injury claims but her passion is helping people with serious asbestos-related diseases and their families.

As a key member of the Southampton team, she sees her role not just as a specialist legal adviser but as someone who can give much-needed reassurance and comfort to individuals and their families who are suffering due to past exposure to asbestos fibres.

“I am very grateful to you and your team for the successful outcome to my asbestos related claim, it was a much higher award than I thought possible.

I was particularly impressed with Alison for the very professional and understanding approach to the case.”

Novum Law client

Activities and achievements

When she’s not working, Alison enjoys cycling and walking in the New Forest and likes to take part in open water swimming events.

Novum Law is proud to be a member of the Mesothelioma UK legal panel as a recommended law firm specialising in asbestos disease compensation claims. Our specialist asbestos disease solicitors have worked closely with the charity for many years and are dedicated to providing expert legal advice and support to mesothelioma patients, their families and carers.

           
Novum Law is a member of the Mesothelioma UK Legal Panel




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