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Gemma Lieberman

Called Called in 2006

Email gemma.lieberman@parklaneplowden.co.uk

Web parklaneplowden.co.uk/barristers/Gemma-Lieberman/

About Gemma Lieberman

Gemma specialises exclusively in personal injury and clinical negligence work.

She undertakes personal injury work for Claimant and Defendant in all areas, including Occupier's and Public Liability, Employer's liability and Road Traffic.

Gemma completed her pupillage and initial practicing years at Kings Chambers before joining Parklane Plowden following a relocation to the North East in 2016.

Gemma is particularly interested in Clinical Negligence and undertakes work arising from cases of surgical and pharmaceutical negligence, misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis, inappropriate treatment and lack of consent.

Personal Details

Education: BA in Comparative Religion, University of Manchester, 1st Class BA Honours (2003) MA in Jewish Studies, University of Manchester, Postgraduate Distinction (2004) Graduate Diploma in Law, College of Law, Chester (2005) Bar Vocational Course, College of Law, London (2006) Queen Mother Scholarship, Middle Temple (2006)
Professional Associations: Personal Injury Bar Association (PIBA); North East Medico Legal Society; Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL); Action against Medical Accidents (AVMA)

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