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Rebecca McVety

Rebecca McVety

Trainee Legal Executive

About Me

I have worked at the Dental Law Partnership for almost a decade, starting out in 2013 as an office junior in the post room. I moved into an administrative role in the New Client team and Costs Departments, before becoming a paralegal in 2018.

In January 2020, I progressed to the legal team and became a trainee legal executive. Since then, I have been training to become a legal executive and I am enjoying my studies.

In my spare time, I enjoy reading and yoga.


As I have worked for the Dental Law Partnership for a decade, I have a lot of experience within the business. My work as an office junior and administrator has also given me insight into other areas of the firm, providing me with a well-rounded view of how the business works.

Over the past few years, I have gained more experience in the field of dental negligence. At the moment, I am working to become a legal executive and am looking forward to learning more about the legal industry as I progress in my career.


I chose not to go to university after college as I wasn’t sure what career I wanted to pursue at the time.

Working at the Dental Law Partnership has created an interest in the law and I feel like I’ve found the right career path. I am studying to become a legal executive through CILEX Law School.


There aren’t any cases that come to mind at the moment, but once I have completed my studies, I hope to be able to help more people with their dental negligence claims.

In the meantime, if you have any questions about the dental negligence claims process, please contact our team on 0800 152 2038.

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