Steven Walker QC and Felicity Dynes will speak to The South East Branch of the CIArb at its first 2018 […]
Felicity acts for a wide range of domestic and international clients. In the field of construction, Felicity has experience of bespoke and standard form contracts and is familiar with the JCT and NEC forms.
Felicity speaks French, German, basic Spanish and has a working knowledge of Guadeloupean Creole.
Before studying law Felicity worked at a small oil exploration company.
She has worked abroad as an English teacher in Guadeloupe and Germany. In addition she worked in Germany as an intern in the Finance Department of a company that provides credit to haulage companies and a company in Germany that provides components for vacuum physics.
Felicity is a member of COMBAR, SCL and TECBAR.
Prior to coming to the Bar Felicity worked as a French and German speaking paralegal at Addleshaw Goddard LLP on one of the largest pieces of commercial litigation ever to be dealt with in the English courts. During this time she also assisted in a piece of banking litigation.
She completed an internship in the Litigation Department at Noerr in Munich, Germany and has undertaken work experience in the Energy and Infrastructure Department at CMS Cameron McKenna in London.
Felicity has marshalled two high court judges:
She has also undertaken pro bono work for the Free Representation Unit (Employment), a legal advice centre in South London and the BPP Pro Bono Translation Unit.