Saloni Malde


Saloni completed her first seat in the firm's Housing & Regeneration department gaining exposure to affordable housing development transactions predominantly in the care and healthcare sector.

She was involved in drafting reports on title for development sites for a range of clients including the NHS, registered providers and private developers specialising in ethical investments. She also managed small residential sales from inception up to the point of completion, often being the main point of contact for the client. She undertook an extensive training programme in this department learning about the various public sector entities in the housing sector which helped her understand the differing needs and objectives of the different types of clients the department works for.

Saloni is currently completing her second seat abroad in the Middle East, in the firm's Oman office. Saloni has so far assisted on a variety of matters in different practice areas including banking, corporate, energy and employment. She has been involved in preparing tenders and bids for clients operating in the oil and gas sector thereby increasing her industry knowledge and understanding of the firm's energy practice. Saloni has also undertaken drafting exercises including preparing letters of advice, audit letters and settlement agreements. The opportunity to gain exposure to different practice areas is especially apparent whilst working as a trainee in the Oman office.

Saloni is also a keen sportswoman regularly playing for the firm's speednet team in the London office. Saloni is also part of the Girls' Network mentoring programme acting a mentor for students in sixth form interested in pursuing a career in law.

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