I am a Paralegal in the Disputed Wills and Trusts team at Bolt Burdon.
I provide legal and administrative support to the team, including drafting legal documents, conducting legal research and dealing with clients. I help the team achieve our clients’ objectives and exceed their expectations by delivering a practical and efficient service.
I recently volunteered with the Institute of Legacy Management (ILM), an organisation with whom Bolt Burdon is very proud to be associated, and assisted them with various administrative and marketing tasks, including drafting blogs on contentious probate and private client topics for their weekly newsletter.
I really enjoy contentious probate work as it is interesting and highly varied. It is often a very stressful period for clients as they are dealing with grief on top of a complex legal matter, I take great satisfaction from being part of a great team who are able to help clients during this difficult time.
I achieved a Bachelor’s Degree in Law at the University of Essex in 2015 and I also completed the Legal Practice Course (LPC) at the BPP Law School (Holborn) in 2019. My ultimate aim is to qualify as a solicitor.
When I am not working, I enjoy running and yoga. I also love going for long walks and travelling with my family and friends.