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THE BROADGATE TOWER, 20 PRIMROSE STREET, LONDON, EC2A 2EW, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7283 9033
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Fax 020 7283 1144
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550 CITY OF LONDON
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www.hilldickinson.com
Singapore, Sheffield, Piraeus, Monaco, Manchester, London SW1Y and 3 more

Clare Walker

Tel:
Work 020 7280 9299
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Hill Dickinson LLP

Work Department

Professional risks.

Position

Specialises in most classes of professional indemnity claims and coverage disputes arising out of such claims. Also handles legal indemnity claims and advises on any policy issues that may arise.

Career

Trained 4 New Square; qualified 1992; assistant solicitor Squire & Co 1993-96, partner 1996-2009; Hill Dickinson 2009 to date.

Education

King’s College, London (1988); City University (1990 diploma Law); Inns of Court School of Law (1991).

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