Maeve obtained her LLB from the University of Cape Town in 2015, and went on to train and practice as an attorney and notary in transactional law and litigation. During her practice she gained experience in both local and international matters, including the negotiation, drafting and reviewing of commercial agreements.
In 2020, Maeve began volunteering on the Document Assembly Line project run out of Suffolk Law’s Legal Innovation and Technology Lab in cooperation with the Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission’s COVID-19 Task Force. Her work on this project consists of project management and the development of mobile-friendly accessible versions of online court forms and pro se materials on the Docassemble platform.
At Radiant Maeve brings an eye for process simplification and the smart implementation of technology into her work supporting a range of managed legal service clients.
I’m fascinated by Radiant's forward-thinking style and technologically-advanced approach to providing commercial legal services. My passions to continuously improve processes, increase efficiency and enhance clients' understanding of the law as it relates to their matters, all align with Radiant's key values.