Rachel Mock

Solicitor

What My Clients Have Said

Rachel Mock was very supportive and offered good advice whilst keeping in regular contact with me.  Mr P H Miller

Commercial Property
Commercial Property

Having recently completed her training contract with Girlings, Rachel is based in the Canterbury office, having qualified into the Commercial Property team.

Rachel graduated from the University of Kent with a 2.1 degree in law before completing the Legal Practice Course with commendation at the College of Law in 2014.  Having spent several years as a Commercial Property Legal Secretary alongside her studies at Whyte & Co before joining Girlings in 2013, Rachel was fortunate to gain valuable experience prior to commencing her training contract.

Specialisms

Rachel provides assistance on:

  • Commercial leases including assignments and surrenders, acting for both landlord and tenant
  • Lease extensions
  • Sales and purchases of commercial buildings
  • Commercial Remortgage

As someone who likes volunteering her time, Rachel particularly enjoys speaking at local schools and universities, sharing her experiences to encourage the next generation of potential lawyers to pursue a career in law.

As someone who likes volunteering her time, Rachel particularly enjoys speaking at local schools and universities, sharing her experiences to encourage the next generation of potential lawyers to pursue a career in law. In addition to attending annual careers evenings at various local schools, Rachel was pleased to attend Simon Langton Girls School to hold mock interviews with students.  Rachel also regularly delivers tailored sessions with sixth form students at Rainham Mark Grammar School and with law students at the University of Kent.  As an active Alumnus of the University, Rachel regularly judges international competitions at Kent Law School including mooting, negotiation and client interviewing.

Also, a keen writer, Rachel writes articles for allaboutlaw.com and has had her views on legal education published on the Guardian online and on the Trainee section of the Girlings’ website.

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