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Social Housing: Tenants - UK-wide
"She leaves no stone unturned for her clients, is collaborative and can whittle down a case to the best points. She is very driven and dedicated to her clients." "She is knowledgeable and client-focused."
This content is provided by Caroline Brosnan
Caroline specialises in housing law and property disputes. In particular Caroline deals with homelessness reviews and appeals, possession claims, judicial review cases and general landlord and tenant disputes and block management cases. Caroline is currently instructed by bereaved, survivors and former residents of Grenfell Tower in the Grenfell Public Inquiry.
Trained at Hodge Jones and Allen. Admitted as a solicitor in 2011. Joined Russell-Cooke in October 2016.
Housing Law Practitioners’ Association (HLPA); Property Litigation Association (PLA). Caroline is on the Executive Committee of HLPA.