About Maureen Ross
Maureen qualified as a solicitor in 1996 from Queens University, Belfast. At Queens University, Maureen took 4 months out to attend Stanford University in California and was awarded the County Antrim Grand Jury Bursary for her paper on juveniles and the death penalty. Following graduation, Maureen moved to London where she spent time as a trainee solicitor with a large international law firm, where she gained experience in a number of departments. She enjoyed working with property-related matters and worked within the Residential Property Department, Commercial Property Department and also in the Commercial Lending Department which mostly concentrated on international ship finance.
Maureen joined W Davies in 1999 and worked in both the Residential Property and Commercial Property Departments. In 2002, Maureen took a short career break, but returned to practice in 2005 as a sole practitioner, again concentrating mostly on residential conveyancing. In 2012, Maureen returned to W Davies to work in their Residential Conveyancing Department – and in 2017 was made Head of Department.
During the course of Maureen’s career, she has gained experience in most areas of property law, dealing with: freehold and leasehold properties, transfers of equity, lease extensions, loans secured against property, auction sales and purchases and all matters and issues arising around property generally, such as boundary disputes and matrimonial property-related matters.
Email Maureen: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 01483 744900