Charlotte studied Law at Oxford Brookes University, graduating in 2012. She completed the Legal Practice Course at Kaplan Law School in 2013 and joined Blaser Mills as a paralegal in the Dispute Resolution team. As a paralegal, Charlotte was exposed to debt recovery, dispute resolution, insolvency and claims with a foreign jurisdiction.
Charlotte started as a trainee at the firm in September 2015, with her first seat being in Residential Property. She worked on both freehold and leasehold sale and purchase transactions. Charlotte spent her second seat in the Personal and Serious Injury team where she worked on sensitive and often complex accidents, and work and road traffic accidents.
Charlotte has recently started her third seat in the Wills, Trusts and Probate Department. She has already written a number of Wills and been introduced to Lasting Powers of Attorney and Probate matters. Charlotte is enjoying working in a non-contentious area of the law which requires a high level of attention to detail.
Life as a Trainee:
“Having completed work experience in a variety of different areas of law, I wanted to work at a firm that offered a broad spectrum of services and in-depth knowledge to both commercial and private clients.
Being a paralegal at the firm for two years confirmed that Blaser Mills was where I wanted to train. The friendly and approachable attitude of my colleagues and the high levels of responsibility offered from the outset mean that I have always felt a valued member of any team that I have found myself working in.
Furthermore, Blaser Mills are a firm committed to supporting your development both professionally and personally through a clear open-door policy and one-to-one mentoring. The effectiveness of this is demonstrated by the high retention rate at the firm and I look forward to having a successful future here.”
2015: Trainee Solicitor, Blaser Mills LLP
2013-2015: Paralegal, Blaser Mills LLP
2013: Legal Practice Course, Kaplan Law School
2012: Law LLB(Hons), Oxford Brookes University