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Kalani qualified as a solicitor in March 2021, having completed her training with Hempsons. Prior to qualification, Kalani worked in our healthcare litigation team.
She also worked at another defendant panel firm and at the Medical Defence Union as an in-house paralegal. She has a gained a broad range of experience in regulatory law and professional discipline through her paralegal roles and during her time as a trainee solicitor. Kalani assists with regulatory investigations, criminal defence and clinical negligence claims.
Kalani regularly provides career talks for biomedical science students at St George’s University of London. She is also an ambassador for ‘Aspiring Solicitors’ – click here to view Kalani’s profile.
Areas of expertise
- healthcare litigation
- NHS Resolution limited instruction
- healthcare regulatory
- NHS Resolution
- medical defence organisations (MDOs)
- LPC (distinction) from BPP, 2016
- Graduate LLB from BPP, 2015
- Biomedical Sciences BSc, St George’s University of London, 2014
- Institute of Medical Ethics, member
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Human Fertilisation and Embryology (Statutory Storage Period for Embryos and Gametes) (Coronavirus) Regulations 2020
The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Regulations 2020 come into force on 1st July 2020. Click here to read our summary.
The Organ Donation (Deemed Consent) Act 2019 Regulations 2020, obtained Royal Assent in March 2019 but came into power on 20 May 2020. This means that Organ donation in England has moved to an “opt out” system. Click to read our summary.
Hempsons' Regulatory and Crime Team have put together a comprehensive summary of the guidance provided by the General Optical Council in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.