SolicitorI studied Chemistry and Law at Bristol University, and on discovering that chemicals and my butter fingers didn’t mix particularly well, I opted to pursue the legal side of my degree. I trained at one of the major city firms in London, taking in the bright lights and buzz of the city, but soon realised that returning to Cirencester, near to where I grew up, was the right move for me – and I haven’t looked back.
When I decided to become a solicitor, I knew I wanted to focus on private client work. I enjoy getting to know each of my clients personally and understanding their individual circumstances. I can then offer detailed and clear advice regarding their wills, trusts and powers of attorney, from which I hope to build a relationship which can be maintained over the years to come.
I can usually be found riding a horse as the sun rises in the morning and walking a dog as the sun sets in the evening.