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Jenna Atkinson


Divorce and Family Law

Professional Background:

Jenna is a  family solicitor who joined Harrison Drury in May 2019 following working at another local Lancashire firm. Jenna specialises in advising clients regarding divorce, matrimonial finances and making arrangements for contact with children.

Jenna qualified in  June 2015 after completing her training contract at odonnells solicitors. Prior to this Jenna completed her academic training, completing the Legal Practice Course at the College of  Law in Manchester. Prior to this, Jenna spent three years in the North East completing her law degree at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne after receiving an excellence scholarship for a  place to study there.

Jenna is a  member of  Resolution, which advocates resolving matters in a constructive, compassionate and non-confrontational way.  Having completed Part 1 and 2, successfully, she is Resolution accredited in Private children matters and Complex Financial Remedies 1. Jenna has also been appointed as an ambassador for Women in the Law  UK.

Jenna is also a trustee for Endeavour, a local charity that helps victims of domestic abuse.

Personal Interests: 

In her spare time, Jenna enjoys supporting various local charities, particularly Bolton Hospice by organising fundraising events for this worthy cause. Jenna also teaches Sunday School at her local family church St Mary’s, Deane, Bolton.

Jenna enjoys travelling the world, spending time with family and friends and her little Westie Dolly.


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