Ruby is an Associate in the firm's Corporate team.
Ruby acts on a range of corporate and commercial matters including M&A, corporate reorganisations, joint ventures and commercial contracts. She is also a member of the firm’s arts team, through which she has gained experience advising clients in the art sector on a variety of matters. She has a particular interest in non-fungible tokens and other digital assets.
Education & Qualification
University of Exeter
Trained at Boodle Hatfield and qualified in 2022
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