I started my training contract with Bakerlaw in September 2017 and am currently undertaking my third seat in the Family Department.
In the time immediately preceding my university career I began work at a Guildford based firm where I worked as a paralegal in the Residential Conveyancing department. Here, I dealt with a vast array of topics giving me a solid foundation of knowledge and skills which I carried forward into new endeavours.
In September 2017 I began work as a trainee at BakerLaw where I initially worked in the Dispute Resolution Department.
Before joining BakerLaw I graduated with an undergraduate degree in Political Science at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada at which point I decided to move to the United Kingdom to pursue a law degree.
Since moving to the UK I completed my undergraduate Law degree at Oxford Brookes University, before ultimately completing the Legal Practice Course with Masters in Legal Practice at the University of Law, Guildford.
- The next generation – what do younger lawyers want from their firms, from their workplaces and from technology?
Day 1 Tuesday 1 October 2019 12:30 pm