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Neena Patel

Tel:
Work 020 7618 2400
Email:
Fox & Partners

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Employment and partnership

Position

Senior Associate

Career

Training contract at Simmons & Simmons LLP; qualified 2010; Fox & Partners (formerly Fox) 2010 - present.

Member

Committee member of The Association of Partnership Practitioners Up and Coming Group; member of the Employment Lawyers' Association; committee member of the Whittington Committee (sub-committee of the City of London Solicitors' Company).


London: Corporate and commercial

Partnership

Within: Next generation lawyers

Neena Patel - Fox & Partners

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