Leoni Dempsey Solicitor
Leoni is a Solicitor in the Real Estate team based in Oxford. During her training, she completed seats within the Charities department and the Commercial Property team, both based in Oxford.
Main areas of practice
During her time with the Commercial Property team, Leoni was involved in a wide range of work, with a particular emphasis on the granting of new leases, the assignment of leases and the renewal of leases.
Through the variety of seats undertaken so far, Leoni has previously assisted private individuals, companies and charitable organisations.
Leoni is currently appointed as Secretary of the Corporate Responsibility committee in the Oxford office. In this role, she regularly promotes fundraising events and activities from across the office, and has organised numerous charity events, both for the office's designated charity and for other local charities.
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Related Knowledge & Resources
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Nationwide (England) from 1 February 2016
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