Theresa Mohammed


Theresa specialises in contentious construction and joined Trowers & Hamlins in June 2010 from a boutique construction law practice. She was admitted to the Bar of England and Wales in 2005 and qualified as a Solicitor in 2017.

Theresa has extensive experience of acting for Employers and Main Contractors, making High Court applications and the Enforcement of Adjudicators' decisions in the Technology and Construction Court. She is familiar with both standard and bespoke forms of construction contracts. Theresa also has experience of running High Court trials, instructing experts on technical engineering matters, resolving construction disputes through mediation and drafting settlement agreements, claims, defences and adjudication submissions.

Theresa is a regular speaker at RICS Matrics Lectures. Topics she has covered include termination, time & delay and letters of intent.

Theresa is the Chair of the National Association of Women in Construction and was awarded Best Woman in Construction Law at the European Women in Construction & Engineering Awards 2017.

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