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Head of Social Housing, Partner
I qualified in 1997 and joined the firm in April 2008. I have an established reputation for my work with Registered Providers, Local Authorities, Government departments, property managers and private landlords having acted for an extensive portfolio of housing providers.
I have expertise in housing litigation and housing management law, and I’m an experienced Advocate with a successful record of representing my clients in Court proceedings.
I regularly assist landlords with possession proceedings, injunctions and tenancy related advice.. I also speak at national and regional housing conferences and provide bespoke training for clients.
In my spare time I enjoy travelling, scuba diving and horse riding.
Gail is a Chambers UK 2020 ranked lawyer and a Legal 500 Leading Individual. Legal 500 Leading Individuals are “…recognised for their very strong technical ability, in-depth capability, credibility with the most prestigious clients and a reputation for dealing with complex and innovative cases.”
Chambers UK 2019
Chambers UK 2019 describes Gail as 'absolutely brilliant' with sources praising her 'excellent service' and that she 'always provides very good advice and a really practical outcome for clients.'
The Legal 500
The Legal 500 describes Gail as 'helpful, personable and approachable' as well as giving 'sound and accurate advice'.