Tell us about your career.
I completed my Law Degree in 2011, embedded within my Degree was the CILEX course which enabled me to join CILEX as a Graduate Member (now MCILEX). I worked for several years as a Legal Secretary, in a variety of practice areas (family, conveyancing, litigation, private client) before finding my calling in private client work. I worked closely with the Head of Department and achieved fee earner status in my previous firm and began training towards full CILEX membership. Before I could complete my CILEX training I took a career break to raise my family. I returned from maternity leave and, despite already being MCILEX, I decided to pursue the Solicitor qualification.
What do you offer the clients of Bookers & Bolton?
I’m a friendly, helpful and professional person. I pride myself on making people feel they can come to me for clear advice and support, particularly in stressful times of life, and I will do all that I can to assist. As a life-long learner, I am committed to growing and improving my skills and knowledge so that I can provide our clients with the best and most extensive level of service possible.
Tell us about you.
Where did you grow up and what are your earliest memories?
I’m a local girl, born and raised just up the road in Lindford. My earliest memories are probably of playing with my younger sister.
What was your first job?
Saturday girl in the local shop.
What is your favourite film or TV programme?
My favourite film is The Notebook, I cry like a baby every time.
Name something you love doing and why?
Sleeping! Because my children do not allow it very often.
What do you dislike the most?
The passage of time – it goes too fast and my children are growing up too quickly. Also, mashed potato.
What country would you most like to visit and why?
I would love to see the Northern Lights! But also I would love to go to Disney World. Might even take the children.
What are your personal ambitions?
To live life and be happy, to make as many happy memories as possible with my loved ones.