Born in Oxford, Jennifer Kabala qualified from Oxford Brookes University (OBU) in 2015 with a degree in law. Whilst at university, she volunteered as an Appropriate Adult with the Oxfordshire Youth Offending Service, assisting young persons with special needs in police stations around the county.
Following her graduation from OBU, Jenny attended City Law School in London where she studied her Legal Practice Course. In addition to the core modules, she also undertook electives in Employment, Family and Media Law.
Jenny commenced her employment with Wells Burcombe in October of 2015 as an Appeals and Prison Law Caseworker where she has maintained an impressive caseload. She has quickly developed her skills and is now a highly competent and recognised appeals and prison law advisor. In addition, she is an impressive advocate, representing client’s at adjudications and parole hearings in prisons.
Given the qualities she possess, it was an easy decision for the Partner’s of the firm to offer Jenny a Training Contract and is now in the process of qualifying as a solicitor. She is also in the process of becoming an accredited police station representative.
Jenny is client motivated, and is dedicated in her approach. Client’s who are assisted by Jenny often comment on her forensic approach to case preparation and her attention to detail.