About Claire Marley
Claire graduated from University of Dundee with an Upper Second Class Honours degree and is a qualified solicitor having completed a postgraduate diploma at the Institute of Professional Legal Studies, Queen’s University, Belfast (LLB (Hons) PgDip).
Claire completed her training contract in an established general practice firm, gaining experience in a wide range of areas including civil litigation, matrimonial proceedings and criminal cases. Claire worked for legal publishing company, Justis, for over three years, predominantly developing their online legal research platform, JustCite. She subsequently worked on various financial projects as part of an in-house legal team for a tier one investment bank, reviewing advice from external counsel in several jurisdictions worldwide whilst gaining knowledge of regulatory regimes and financial regulations.
She has undertaken work experience at the Equality Commission of Northern Ireland and the Northern Ireland Commission for Children and Young People. Claire has completed a postgraduate certificate in NI Employment Law and Practice from the University of Ulster in association with Legal-Island and the LRA. She recently co-authored a report with Dublin barrister, Cathal McGreal, studying the assessment of quantum in equality law decisions before the WRC and Labour Court.