Laura joined the firm as a Legal Assistant in June 2018 after gaining 2 years’ experience with a local firm and has progressed to the position of Assistant Solicitor as of September 2020.
Laura studied her LLB at the University of South Wales and graduated in 2015 with an Upper Second-Class Honours degree (LLB Hons) and obtained a Distinction in the Legal Practice Course in June 2017.
Laura is involved within all areas of the practice including conveyancing, family and wills and probate.
Laura is also passionate about horses and enjoys competing in her free time.
Want to know more about Laura?
What made you want to be a solicitor?
For me there isn’t really a simple answer to that question; I just did and always have done. I think mostly and, whilst it is a cliché to say that you want to become a solicitor to help people, that is what attracted me.
Solicitors solve people's problems for them. For example, a client may say that they want a divorce but are unsure what steps they need to take. We help them achieve that by advising on the best way, helping them do it and always in a sympathetic manner. It may get lost in litigation as you find yourself negotiating in their best interest but you are in reality working towards a solution for someone.
Where did you study?
Whitchurch High School and University of South Wales.
What have you achieved in terms of qualifications?
Legal Practice Course
Qualified as a solicitor Sept 2020.
What are you most proud of?
Where do you see yourself in the future?
Hopefully progress to a partner/director.