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Rebecca Bahar joined DPG in August 2018 from Philcox Gray, where she was head of the Housing Department. Rebecca has been working in housing law for over 15 years with considerable experience and expertise in all aspects of housing law. The majority of her cases fall within the core areas of Legal Aid housing and include possession proceedings on grounds of disputed succession, rent arrears and anti-social behaviour, statutory reviews, appeals and Judicial Reviews arising in connection with Parts 6 and 7 of the Housing Act 1996, unlawful eviction, and disrepair and nuisance. She has represented in novel challenges using the Equality Act in defending possession proceedings. She is regarded amongst practitioners and clients as being meticulous, extremely knowledgeable and will do whatever she can to achieve the best outcome for her clients. Rebecca is particularly skilled at running novel arguments in complex cases involving vulnerable clients. She is joint head of the Housing department with Sasha Rozansky.