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Wallace’s practice includes advising on claims in disrepair and nuisance, possession, judicial review, homelessness, allocation and suitability of council tenancies and succession.
Wallace joins Anthony Gold from a corporate background, having trained at Linklaters LLP. During her training she gained experience across a broad range of disciplines in general litigation, transactional banking and regulation, and employee incentives.
Wallace also worked at the Mary Ward Legal Centre on secondment from Linklaters. There she developed her interest and specialism in housing law. She is committed to pursuing social justice: having worked with drug and alcohol addicts, mentoring students from disadvantaged backgrounds and also volunteering at a night shelter for the homeless in Tower Hamlets.
Wallace graduated from Oxford University with a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics. She then studied the GDL followed by the Accelerated LPC at the University of Law.
- A diligent and committed housing lawyer, who will work tirelessly to achieve a just result for clients
- Specialising in advising tenants of local authorities and housing associations in claims relating to disrepair and nuisance, possession, judicial review, homelessness, allocation and suitability of council tenancies and succession
- Wallace is an executive committee member of the Junior Housing Law Practitioners’ Association