Michelle qualified in 1993 and worked as an insurance litigator for 12 years before moving into a knowledge role. She was the sole litigation knowledge lawyer at Clyde & Co for over 13 years. She has widespread experience of advising fee earners and clients on various aspects of dispute resolution and delivers frequent talks on the topic as well.
She has edited and contributed to several publications, including the ICLG comparative guides and Westlaw Insight series.
Michelle joined Osborne Clarke in May 2019 as the Head of Disputes & Risk Knowledge.
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