Jocelyn Hughes

Year of Call: 2015


Education

BA, First Class with Honours,
- University of Liverpool (2003-2006)

LLB, Upper Class with Honours,
- College of Law, Chester (2006-2008)

Graduate Diploma in Law (Commendation),
- College of Law, Chester (2006-2007)

Legal Practice Course Plus (Distinction),
- College of Law, Chester (2007-2008)

Qualified as a Solicitor (2010)

Qualified as a Solicitor Advocate,
- University of Law, London (2014


Jocelyn has a busy, mixed practice of Civil and Chancery law.

Civil cases which Jocelyn has been instructed in include claims for: clinical negligence; road traffic accidents and credit hire; fraud and LVI; diminution of value; employers and public liability; industrial disease, such as deafness and vibration white finger; historic sexual abuse; accidents in prisons; discrimination; and harassment. Jocelyn is also interested in Court of Protection work; inquests and holiday claims.

Jocelyn’s Chancery practice includes work in the following areas: insolvency and bankruptcy; professional negligence; landlord and tenant; possession claims and forfeiture; intellectual property; restrictive covenants; injunctions and freezing orders; debt recovery and breach of contract; misrepresentation; and claims under the Consumer Credit Act 1974.

As well as conducting trials and interim hearings, Jocelyn has a busy paper practice and enjoys preparing pleadings, applications and advices.

Jocelyn is a former Solicitor Advocate, and was called to the Bar in March 2015.

Before cross qualifying, she had 5 years experience as a Solicitor, working at leading Legal 500 firms, acting for large insurance companies, corporations and private individuals.

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