Hambo Deuchar

Costs Litigation Assistant
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Hambo Deuchar is a Costs Litigation Assistant having joined Express Solicitors in October 2017. Hambo helps to draft Statements of Costs at the end of the Litigation process.

When asked what Hambo likes best about her role, she commented “I like working in Costs, I enjoy the mathematical aspect of my job.  I deal with files at the end of the litigation process, this means I am able to see how the Law has been applied and how matters have been dealt with from the opening of the file right to its conclusion.”

“I deal with a variety of files from all departments within the firm, this ranging from EL, RTA, OL, PL and Clinical Negligence. This means I get to talk and to know people from all the various teams within the firm and they get to know me as well! I like that, I am continually provided with appropriate training in Costs, this helps me to progress in my career. I like the great team of people that I work with, they are approachable and always able to assist if needed this creates a friendly environment and makes my job easy and quite enjoyable.”

“I am good at Mathematics and enjoy dealing with figures. I am a hardworking individual and always show a strong commitment to my work, I have therefore been able to produce Costs statements at a fast pace, with accuracy. I am friendly and easy to get along with others, this helps to blend in with the rest of the Costs team and contribute to the approachable and fun spirit of the team.”

Hambo currently lives in Salford in Manchester. In her spare time, she enjoys singing, Hambo is part of a choir called ‘B Positive’. She also likes to sing in her local church choir.

Hambo also likes to travel, she commented, “I enjoy travelling, I like the pleasure of experiencing different cultures and trying different kinds of food. I have been to a couple of places in Europe, North America, Asia and Africa, I would like to travel to Australia and South America.”

Hambo’s favourite quote –

“No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”  – Nelson Mandela