23 March 2018
Me in a minute
I am excited by the intellectual challenge and diversity of my work at Withers.
Before converting to law, I taught English at the University of Lyon III in France. My teaching experience was invaluable, and taught me how to convey ideas clearly and in a concise way - something I have learned is an essential skill to have as a Solicitor.
I moved back to the UK to study law, having decided that I wanted a career that was intellectually challenging and offered a real variety in the work available.
I am currently in my second seat, supervised by Ceri Vokes, in the Private Client & Tax team. I have worked on a diverse range of matters from UK and international succession, trust and tax planning advice, to providing support for fraud litigation.
I sat with Sarah Aughwane in my first seat in the Contentious Trusts and Probate Group, where I worked on a number of UK and international trust and succession matters for individuals, trustees and charities.
Outside of work I enjoy cycling and swimming, and I have recently joined a triathlon team. I am also a PADI Advanced scuba diver, having learned to scuba dive in Thailand.
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