Paula Lennon

Paula D. Lennon lives in a sea view apartment in beautiful Montego Bay, Jamaica. She has been involved in the legal profession for more than 14 years, having qualified as a solicitor in September 2000. She practised as a commercial lawyer in London for many years, specializing in company/commercial, contracts, EC law and financial services.

In the past, Paula has worked for large UK law firms, a financial planning plc in Tech City, a FTSE 250 recruitment company and a UK government department. Her legal experience includes a secondment to the Enforcement Division of the UK financial services regulator, The Financial Services Authority (now known as The Financial Conduct Authority).

Paula has written for the Defense Counsel Journal, a quarterly journal of the International Association of Defense Counsel, International Business Lawyer, Strategic Risk magazine, and for the Litigation Letter section of Paula has also contributed academic papers for UK companies Academic Knowledge and Prospect Solution. She is the author of two e-books on Jamaica, and has ghost written many articles and reports for a wide range of clients worldwide, including law firms and in-house counsel. Paula has her own professional writing services business.

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Recent Articles by Paula Lennon

An In-Depth Look at the Legal Side of Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

Older people are legally protected by elder law, which covers nursing home abuse and neglect. In this article, we take a look at the different types of elder abuse, laws regarding dependent adults, and the criminal penalties for such abuse & negligence.

The 10 Most Notorious Wrongful Convictions (and Why They Happened)

A wrongful conviction is one of the worst things that could happen to a person. Justipedia takes a look at the most notorious of such cases and why they happened.

The Top 5 Objections in Court Trials

How many times have we read, heard or seen the phrase, "Objection, your Honor!" in legal-themed media? In this article, we discuss the 5 most common reasons why an attorney will cry out these words in court.