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Selina Gonzalez

Position: Trainee Solicitor
Offices: Viaduct House, Carlisle

Selina is a Trainee Solicitor working in Viaduct House with the Dispute Resolution team and Employment & HR team.

Selina joined Cartmell Shepherd in 2019 as a trainee solicitor.

Selina attended the University of Cumbria and has a First Class LLB (Hons) in Law and received a distinction in Master of Laws in Legal Practice from the University of Central Lancashire.

Outside of work Selina enjoys reading, spending time with friends & family, cooking and walking in The Lake District.

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When “in jeopardy” ruling rescued hospitality business hit by COVID-19

August 13th 2020

LAWYERS have won a landmark ruling in an insolvency case of a hospitality business hit by the COVID-19 pandemic which brings new legal meaning to “in jeopardy”. The case, won by the Dispute Resolution team at leading legal firm Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors, involved a West Cumbrian business which took two…

Furlough Explained: Answering SMEs Burning Questions

August 25th 2020

Over recent months the government has announced a number of changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – more commonly referred to as ‘furlough’. From September the government contribution towards wages is reducing from 80% to 70% up to a maximum of £2,187.50 per month; in October this reduces further…