Helen-Lucas

Helen Lucas

Partner

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0203 432 4020

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What do you do for your clients at Ignition Law? 

All aspects of commercial property works alongside my brilliant team.

What gets me out of bed in the morning

Apart from my kids ….the opportunity to combine using my brain with family life on a daily basis.

An entrepreneur I admire

There are lots of inspirational entrepreneurs that I have come across in my personal life and through work. I particularly admire the mumpreneurs working on their iPhones whilst feeding babies and playing with their toddlers. Without being too gushing I would also have to mention my husband Gavin Lucas co-founder of Jumpin who took the brave decision, as so many of our clients do, to leave a stable job and salary for life as an entrepreneur.

What would you put on your Ignition Law playlist or bookshelf? 

The best book I have read in a long time was Adam Kaye’s ‘This is going to hurt’ which was both hilarious and touching. Not a podcast but entertainment wise Game Changers and David’s Attenbrough’s programmes on Climate Change. Also ‘Maiden’ a Netflix documentary about the first all-female Whitbread round the world yacht crew, the inspiring story of a very determined group of women who (at the time) everyone thought would fail but achieved amazing things.

A social cause I care about is….

A social cause I care about is anything environmental, with two small children to think about I am passionate about doing all I can to rescue our planet before it is too late.

Fine Print

Key practices

Property

Education and training

University of Oxford (Ba hons), BPP Law School London

Legal Roles

Allen & Overy LLP, Boodle Hatfield LLP

Other interests

Gym, running.

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