In this blog article, Beth Abbott from our Conveyancing team demystifies the term ‘Caveat Emptor’, the principles of which are key when buying or selling a new home. What does Caveat Emptor mean? Put simply, Caveat Emptor is a Latin term...
Elizabeth is a Solicitor, she assists Kevin Lynch in the Civil Litigation department and Andrew Robinson on Family Law and Divorce cases. She is bilingual in French and English.
Elizabeth worked for 3 years in an International Law Firm ranking in the Top 15 firms in International Arbitration by Global Arbitration Review. She worked on cases representing states in commercial and investment disputes at the ICC, ICSID, UNCITRAL and LCIA. She also got the privilege of working on a case representing a CAC 40 company in a post-acquisition dispute.
Elizabeth graduated with a French Degree in Law and Masters in European Business Law. She completed her Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School. Elizabeth passed her Trainee Solicitor contract with Fishers Dewes, completing seats in Family Law, Employment Law and Civil Litigation.