Rachael Markham is the professional support lawyer providing national and global support to the Restructuring & Insolvency team.

    Rachael is responsible for precedents and know-how, organising and presenting internal and external training, responding to bespoke research enquiries, drafting and editing the restructuring and insolvency blog, producing articles for journals, providing support for BD projects, marketing and pitches, and producing a weekly bulletin on technical and practical issues that affect the Restructuring & Insolvency team.

    Rachael is a member of the ILA Technical Committee, R3 Yorkshire Regional committee, the Northern Technical Forum, CR&I PSL Network and the Lexis/PSL focus group.

    Rachael has more than 15 years’ experience working as a senior associate in the corporate recovery market and has a wealth of experience working with accountants, insolvency practitioners, banks and directors in the region and nationally on transactional and restructuring matters.

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    • Updating and automating precedent documents.
    • Streamlining knowledge sharing.
    • Preparing and delivering training internally and externally.
    • Providing practical advice and support on technical matters.
    • Responding to bespoke research queries.
    • Addressing changes in practice, procedure and the law.
    • Producing technical bulletins and articles, and producing a weekly update.
    • Writing and editing publications for the restructuring and insolvency blog, eSquire Global Crossings.

    Education

    • Nottingham Law School, 2000
    • University of Nottingham Trent, LL.B., (Hons), 1999

    Admissions

    • England and Wales, 2002

    Languages

    • English

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