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Rebecca Dowle

Solicitor

Rebecca Dowle

Solicitor

Rebecca is a newly qualified solicitor in Clarkslegal’s litigation and disputes team. She works on a variety of commercial and civil matters

Prior to her position at Clarkslegal, Rebecca gained eighteen months experience in a litigation firm in London specialising in Group Litigation claims.

Rebecca graduated from Southampton University in 2015 with a BSc in Oceanography. She then went onto to travel Southeast Asia and Africa, before living and working in Canada for two years. Whilst in Canada, she gained six months experience within a Canadian law firm in Vancouver that specialised in Private Client and Real Estate.

Rebecca returned to the UK and graduated from University of Law, Guildford with a Distinction on the GDL law conversion course in 2019. She subsequently achieved a Distinction on the LPC MSc in Law, Business and Management from the University of Law, Bloomsbury in, 2022.

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