Naomi is a senior associate in Dentons’ commercial dispute resolution team and the first ever elected member of the Law Society of Scotland’s council for the constituency of England & Wales. She serves over 550 constituents in England & Wales and a further 1400 worldwide. She is also a Notary Public and a Writer to Her Majesty’s Signet.
Naomi has a wide practice, acting for both claimants and defendants in all of manner of litigations including complex contractual disputes, fraud and the recovery of assets under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. Her clients range from individuals to multi-national corporations. Naomi is commended for her approachable nature and for her pro-active and commercial approach to settling disputes. She is often invited to speak at conferences and she regularly writes for the legal press.
Naomi devotes a lot of her spare time to pro-bono and charity work as she wants to give back to society and to support those who need it the most. She is a solicitor volunteer for the National Centre of Domestic Violence. This involves obtaining injunctions and non molestation orders for women who are being abused by their partners. She also keenly supports SmartWorks, a charity that helps women on low incomes get jobs and become financially independent by providing interview clothes and mentoring opportunities.
She is committed to promoting diversity in law and is a passionate supporter of the Law Society’s of Scotland’s Law Scot foundation. The foundation supports children and young people who come from disadvantage backgrounds who have the drive and ambition to become solicitors, but, in light of the their financial circumstances are unable to do so. Naomi is a mentor for a University student under this programme. She is also active member of Dentons’ women’s network, which promotes parity between the genders in law.
Naomi recently ran the London Marathon in memory of her Gran, raising over £4,500 for the British Heart Foundation.