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Rachel Kemp

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OVERVIEW

Rachel is an Associate in the Maples and Calder Dispute Resolution & Insolvency team in the Maples Group's Dublin office. Her work includes advising clients across a broad range of contentious litigation matters including general commercial disputes, financial services litigation and construction disputes. Rachel also has experience in various forms of ADR, including in mediation and arbitration, in addition to strong experience in High Court and Court of Appeal litigation. She also manages the firm's solvent liquidation offering.

BACKGROUND

Rachel joined the Maples Group as a trainee in 2012. During the course of her traineeship she spent five months on secondment in the Maples Group Hong Kong office. Prior to her traineeship Rachel worked as a legal researcher in an independent statutory body and in a governmental department. She also completed a traineeship with the European Commission in Luxembourg. She is fluent in German.

LANGUAGES SPOKEN

Gaelic

German

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Dispute Resolution & Insolvency

BAR ADMISSIONS

2015 – Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland

2015 – Admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales (not practising as an English solicitor)

EDUCATION

University College Cork, Eire, LLM (First Class Hons), 2008

University College Cork, Eire, BCL Law and German (First Class Hons), 2005

Law Society of Ireland Certificate in Technology Law, 2020

Law Society of Ireland Diploma in Commercial Litigation, 2018

 

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