Lauren Jones

Lauren joined Higgins Hollywood Deazley in September 2013 as an Apprentice Solicitor. Lauren studied Law with Criminology at the University of Ulster, Jordanstown, where she was awarded the Reid Black & Co Property Law prize in 2011 and Ulster EDGE award in July 2013. Lauren graduated with a First Class Honours degree in July 2013, before obtaining her Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Legal Studies with Distinction at Queen's University, Belfast, in June 2015. Lauren was awarded third place in the Belfast Solicitors Association prize. The Belfast Solicitors Association prizes are awarded to the three solicitor trainees who attain the highest average marks in the Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Legal Studies examinations.

Lauren qualified as an Assistant Solicitor in September 2015 and is a member of the firm's Litigation Department primarily involved in plaintiff litigation claims including medical and dental negligence actions, road traffic accidents, trips, slips, falls and accidents at work in both the High Court and County Court. Lauren further assists with employment law matters and cases before the Industrial Tribunal and Fair Employment Tribunal.

Lauren has a detailed and working knowledge of the Civil Legal Aid system.

Lauren also works in our Conveyancing, Wills and Administration of Estates department specialising in residential conveyancing, the administration of estates, will drafting, powers of attorney and applications to the Office of Care and Protection.

Lauren has been a committee member of the Northern Ireland Young Solicitors’ Association since 2016 and is the current CPD Co-Coordinator of the 2017 Committee. Lauren is also actively involved in the Antrim Road Business Association which is funded by the Belfast City Council and aims to develop North Belfast’s trading environment.

Contact Details

028 90770770


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