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Q&A With Corporate/ Commercial Solicitor, Rebecca McCarthy

Q&A With Rebecca McCarthy

We continue our Q&A series with our corporate/ commercial solicitor, Rebecca McCarthy. Rebecca advises a range of clients and is developing her specialism in the charity and not-for-profit sectors.

Where did you grow up?  

“In the garden of England, Kent, on the borders of South East London (hence the slight cockney twang!).”

How long have you been at Loosemores? 

“10, ½ years. I started here as a legal assistant, trained with the firm before joining the corporate/ commercial team.”

What’s your career highlight?

“Working on the UEFA Super Cup 2014 and the UEFA Champions League Final 2017 as well as various corporate deals and charity work.”

What career did you see yourself going into when you were at school?

“Well, I had lots of ideas but the two ideas I followed included being a Lawyer or a Spanish Teacher.”

What are your hobbies?

“When I have a spare moment away from my two children I enjoy running, a good book and just generally being outdoors, whether in a country park or down at the beach.”

Your go-to coffee order?

“Americano with skimmed milk.”

What would be your advice to law students trying to build a career in law?

“Persevere. Try to gain as much experience as possible and make sure you find a practice area you enjoy and a firm which helps you grow.”

And finally, what do you enjoy most about your job?

“I enjoy the challenges it presents. Working through issues methodically and finding a solution.”

 

Our Charities team has a long-established and broad client base of charities and other not-for-profit organisations. Rebecca is recognised for the quality of her advice on charity law matters, particularly charity formations and corporate governance matters. She has developed strong experience and a growing charities and not-for-profit client base.

Please contact Rebecca McCarthy for a free-of-charge initial discussion:

Email: commercial@loosemores.co.uk

Telephone: 029 2022 4433

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