Holly qualified as a solicitor in 2018. During her training at Machins, Holly gained experience in dispute resolution, company commercial, employment law and family law. Previously, Holly studied law at the University of Leicester and completed her Legal Practice Course in Cambridge achieving a Distinction.
Holly deals with all aspects of dispute resolution. In particular, Holly has experience in the following areas:-
- Commercial Dispute Resolution (30%)
- Landlord / tenant matters (30%)
- Co-ownership disputes (20%)
- Debt collection (10%)
- Civil & Property Litigation matters (10%)
Recently, Holly has worked on cases involving emergency High Court injunctions, complex cohabitation disputes, substantial claims concerning defective products in the oil and gas industry, disputes as to parties’ identities and disputes concerning share purchase agreements.
Away from work, Holly enjoys catching up with friends, eating out and planning her next trip away. She spent two months travelling in South East Asia and more recently spent several weeks exploring Costa Rica. Her highlights were birdwatching in the Monteverde cloud forest and close experiences with wild hummingbirds and sloths.
“Having worked with Holly Baker for the best part of two years, I have found her to be most helpful and considerate in her handling of a particularly complicated dispute. Her attention to detail and knowledge of company law is to be commended. The case is ongoing with a satisfactory conclusion anticipated and I have no hesitation in recommending her services to others in the future.”
“Our company retained Holly for advice with a difficult case involving our partners. She is excellent in responding to emails and calls and gives clear, constructive advice. I would definitely recommend her and use her again if required.”
“It’s been a long couple of years but thanks to Holly and the team at Machins I can finally move on with my life. They have been professional, patient, and supportive through a very difficult time with an extremely complex case.”