I joined Beviss & Beckingsale as a trainee solicitor in September 2018, starting with an eight-month seat in the Property team. I will also be completing seats in Private Client and Litigation.
I began my legal career working in construction law for two years before completing an accelerated law degree, achieving a First-Class in my LLB. In July 2018 I was awarded a Distinction in the Legal Practice Course and LLM.
Born and raised in the local area, I was drawn to Beviss & Beckingsale because of their strong community ties and long-standing reputation. I am due to fully qualify as a solicitor in September 2020 and hope to stay on with the firm.
Outside of work I enjoy reading, learning the piano and spending time with my pet parrot.
Posted by Mark Ollier on October 17th 2018 in AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL AFFAIRS, All, COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, DISPUTES AND CLAIMS, FAMILY, MOVING HOUSE, POWERS OF ATTORNEY AND THE COURT OF PROTECTION, SERVICES FOR BUSINESSES, WILLS, TRUSTS AND ESTATES.
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