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April Elliott

Trainee Solicitor

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.

Silver Street
Axminster EX13 5AH
EX13 5AH
DX 43300 Axminster
Fax: 01297 630701
Phone: 01297 630700


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