Jacqueline specialises in company commercial and partnership law, commercial contracts and real estate. She considers herself privileged to act mostly for owner managed businesses of various sizes, whether operating as partnerships, limited companies or limited liability partnerships, and in a broad range of industries and professions. Clients enthuse about Jacqueline’s “excellent interpersonal skills” and “true professionalism often in difficult circumstances” and always going “above and beyond her call of duty to achieve the best results”.
Jacqueline also has experience of acting for a number of charities and is a founder member of the Association of Partnership Practitioners.
Jacqueline has held partnership positions in the firms in which she has worked over the last 20 years, those firms including Hempsons, and most recently Holmes & Hills LLP.
In her free time Jacqueline enjoys walking her dog in the undulating Suffolk countryside, and when she feels more adventurous and energetic, the much more mountainous Lake District. She is a keen theatre goer, loves reading and is trying her hand at bell ringing in the long suffering village where she lives.
Jacqueline serves on the committee of her local amateur dramatic group and is a Parish Councillor.