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Mills & Reeve LLP

BOTANIC HOUSE, 100 HILLS ROAD, CAMBRIDGE, CB2 1PH, ENGLAND
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Work 0344 880 2666
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122891 CAMBRIDGE 4
Web:
www.mills-reeve.com

Caitlin Jenkins

Tel:
Work 01223 222520
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Mills & Reeve LLP

Work Department

Family and matrimonial.

Position

Caitlin is an experienced litigator, negotiator, mediator and collaborative lawyer who advises on all aspects of family law. Caitlin is also an Arbitrator, qualified to arbitrate on financial disputes in family cases. Caitlin is a member of Resolution (formerly the SFLA) and is also a Fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers. Caitlin has written extensively for both national and legal press (such as Private Client Business) and has lectured on family law.

Career

Trained Withers LLP; qualified 1994; solicitor Withers LLP 194-2003; senior solicitor Mills & Reeve 2003-04; associate 2004-07; partner 2007 to present.Caitlin has also been a member of the Mills & Reeve Board since 2012.

Languages

Conversational French and working knowledge of German

Member

Member, the Committee of Cambridge Family Dispute Resolution Group.

Education

Clare College, Cambridge (1991 MA (Hons) Law).


East Anglia: Private client

Family

Within: Leading individuals

Caitlin Jenkins - Mills & Reeve LLP

Within: Family

'A  regional superpower', Mills & Reeve LLP is ‘very effective in high-value divorce cases with complex financial elements‘, with one client stating it has 'by far the best family team in the Eastern region; the client care is second-to-none and it continues to provide an amazing Rolls-Royce service'. The firm's 'unbeatable team' includes the ‘smart, effective, incisive and devastatingly effectiveNick Stone in Norwich, who is 'a pleasure to deal with, clearly at the top of their profession, he understands the full emotions of the process and is extremely adept at navigating complex cases‘. He handled a matrimonial case involving financial assets in excess of £60m. 'Simply the best family lawyer in Cambridge', according to one barrister, Caitlin Jenkins in Cambridge 'has a good client manner; she is at the forefront of new family law developments, never seems rushed and is always friendly and courteous'. She has 'a wonderfully calm and warm approach with razor-sharp legal skills; she is very clever and strategic and has a national reputation which is second-to-none'. Principal associate George Sprague 'has the perfect combination of acuity and emotional intelligence'. Also recommended are principal associates Hannah Wilson (who is 'clever, determined and really cares about her clients; she is a great negotiator and litigator') and Frances Bailey (who has 'very good client care skills'), and senior associate Rachel Brand. 

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