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Hempsons

16TH FLOOR, CITY TOWER, PICCADILLY PLAZA, MANCHESTER, M1 4BT, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0161 228 0011
Fax:
Fax 0161 236 6734
DX:
14482 MANCHESTER-2
Email:
Web:
www.hempsons.co.uk

Kirsten Blohm

Tel:
Work 0161 228 0011
Email:
Web:
www.hempsons.co.uk/people/kirsten-blohm/
Hempsons

Work Department

Healthcare litigation and Clinical Negligence

Position

Kirsten is a partner who leads the firm’s healthcare litigation team with Anne Ball and is based in our Manchester office. She specialises in healthcare law and defending high value, complex clinical negligence claims. She is also an NHS Resolution Nominated Partner.

A keen supporter of mediation and providing clients with practical and pragmatic advice.

Career

Lace Mawer 1991-93; assistant and associate Lace Mawer/Berrymans Lace Mawer 1993-98; senior solicitor Trowers & Hamlins 1998-2000; senior solicitor Hempsons 2000-04, partner 2004.

Education

University of Durham (1990 BA Hons Law); College of Law Chester (1991 LSF); Manchester Metropolitan University (Diploma in PI Law).

Leisure

Travel, theatre.


North West: Insurance

Clinical negligence: defendant

Within: Leading individuals

Kirsten Blohm - Hempsons

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North West: Public sector

Health

Within: Health

Hempsons is noted for its 'specialist knowledge of the healthcare sector' and handles a raft of instructions such as corporate, commercial, social care, projects, employment, negligence, regulatory, procurement and real estate mandates for public and private healthcare organisations, charities and social enterprises. The team also handles criminal and regulatory work, is instructed on complex procurement and outsourcing projects, and advises on data protection.  Anne Ball heads the team and jointly heads the healthcare litigation team with Kirsten Blohm. Recently promoted partner Oliver Crich is experienced in public procurement work.

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