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Carlianne is an accomplished solicitor within our Dispute Resolution team known for her expertise in handling diverse disputes with a keen focus on contractual intricacies and company law. 

Background and Expertise

After an initial career in business management, Carlianne transitioned into the legal field, having completed a Law degree at the University of Cambridge. She followed this by earning a distinction in the Legal Practice Course from the University of Law, Chester. She completed her training contract at a Legal 500 listed firm in 2015/2016, and qualified as a solicitor in March 2016. 

Carlianne joined Aaron & Partners in 2021 as an Associate in the Dispute Resolution team, bringing her extensive experience and a diverse skill set to the firm. 

Specialisations and Personal Achievements 

With a robust background in handling an array of disputes, Carlianne excels in navigating complex contractual disputes, company disputes, partnership conflicts, civil fraud claims, and property disputes. Her expertise extends to urgent injunctions, demonstrating her ability to deliver swift and effective legal solutions. 

She has represented clients in various courts, including the County Court, High Court, Technology and Construction Court, Court of Appeal, and Business and Property Court. Carlianne's client portfolio spans across SMEs, private entities, educational institutions, and PLCs. Carlianne's future focus lies in leveraging her passion for contractual disputes, company law, partnership disputes, and civil fraud claims to deliver tailored solutions for her clients. 

Carlianne's approach involves providing comprehensive advice, offering a clear roadmap of the case's progression, and ensuring clients understand what to expect throughout the legal process. Her success stems from a deep understanding of her clients' businesses and situations, combined with her extensive courtroom experience. 

Carlianne's qualifications include being a Solicitor Advocate, enabling her to act as an advocate in the higher courts of England and Wales.