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Practice Group: Dispute resolution

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Phone: 01753 889995

Email: Harleen.Woodwal@bpcollins.co.uk

Harleen joined the Dispute resolution practice group as a paralegal in November 2017. Her role is to provide assistance to partners and other fee earners in the team.

Out of the office

Harleen spends her time learning foreign languages and is currently practicing Spanish and Italian. Harleen enjoys traveling locally and abroad, she had also volunteered for the citizen’s advice bureau as a telephone gateway assessor.  She has also taken part in various pro bono activities at university, such as running human rights workshops at local primary schools.

Previous experience

Prior to joining the firm, Harleen has been a paralegal in a family and criminal practice. 

Education

Harleen graduated from the University of Nottingham with a History degree, before completing her GDL at BPP Waterloo.

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