Well I really like people so I genuinely the fact my job allows me to help people by taking pressure away from them in what can be an emotive time.
2. What made you choose law?
Originally I wanted to be a journalist and as my aunt was a journalist, she suggested that I take up a variety of different subjects at A level. I realised I had a natural flair for law and fell in love with it, the rest was history.
3. How long have you been with the firm?
5 years in 2 days! I started as a paralegal and have worked my way up.
4. What’s the most memorable case you’ve worked on?
There was one case where, upon arrival at the estate, we had to deal with a tortoise at the back of the garden about to go into hibernation.
5. Why did you specialise in Wills & Probate?
I have always really loved this area of law and have realised how interesting it is. Also, because of the nature of the work, there is lots of contact with clients which allows me to be really supportive throughout.
6. What’s your favourite food?
Such a hard one but I would say Greek food or raw carrot cake batter.
7. Favourite season?
Summer, because I am a huge sun worshipper!
8. What is your most favourite word?
Onomatopoeic, because I like words that sound like what they are.
9. What did you want to be growing up?
An RSPCA inspector as I am a massive animal lover.
10. Tell us your best joke.
What is black and white and red all over? A sunburnt penguin.