Coral Williams is a Grade A solicitor and has been practicing for over 10 years in the following areas welfare benefits, housing and homelessness and employment. Coral also specialises in private client including deputyship. Coral qualified at Hackney Law Centre. Prior to the Law Centre Coral worked at Islington CAB as an advice worker. Coral has had many successes in welfare benefit tribunals both First Tier and Upper Tier Tribunals. Coral’s work in welfare benefits includes complexes cases such as the controversial bedroom tax, right to reside test in welfare benefit law and and dual nationality cases. Additionally, she has had many successes in overturning large over payments of housing benefit and tax credits .
Coral has had many successes with succession cases and homelessness cases and has also carved out a firm practice in employment, she advises employees as well as employers. For a consultation with Coral please call 0208 964 3913 to book an appointment.
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Foirell is a very able solicitor and has carved out a sound practice in welfare benefits and housing law. Foirell is developing her practice in employment law and private client. For a consultation with Foirell please call 0208 964 3913 to book an appointment.
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Diane Morrison qualified as a solicitor in October 2012. She has worked in the legal sector since 1999 and this includes the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) in St Paul’s, London. The main thrust of her work now is Community Law focusing mainly on Welfare Benefits and Debt work at Hackney Law Centre. Going forward, Diane is expanding her knowledge to include employment law. She is also a competent and qualified CAB generalist adviser since 2009 and still volunteers at CAB (Holborn). Most recently Diane won an award for excellence from the Law Society. For a consultation with Diane please call 0208 964 3913 to book an appointment.
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Sumayia Is a caseworker undertaking welfare benefits and housing case work. Sumayia currently manages a successful outreach at Southall Jobcentre, her work there covers advice in, in and out of work benefits. Recently her successes have included winning a pension credit back date amounting to £18,000.
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Zhara is a 3rd year Law student at BPP Law School studying LLB Law. Zhara is currently a legal intern at Robinson Wilson Solicitors. Prior to working as an intern Zhara volunteered at BPP Legal Advice Clinic, giving advice on Housing, Family and Enterprise law. Zhara also participated in Allen & Overy’s Smart Start Experience in 2012, in which she won an award for having the best legal argument.
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