Brain injury specialist, Caroline Jepson, has been appointed as the president of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEX). Jepson started out as a legal typist, before qualifying as a CILEX Fellow, specialising in catastrophic injury claims. She went on to become a brain and spinal injury case manager, then a governance manager for a rehabilitation company. She is now operations director for a gym chain and a consultant case manager. Jepson said: “I consider myself… a good example of what CILEX does well… allowing people from diverse backgrounds… to become lawyers”.


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