Charlotte Dawe studied her law degree at Royal Holloway University, graduating in 2021, before completing her Legal Practice Course and Masters in Law at the University of Law in 2022. Charlotte joined Pinney Talfourd in 2021 working on Saturdays as a receptionist whilst completing her masters and LPC.
In 2022 Charlotte started at Pinney Talfourd as a Trainee Solicitor to complete her two-year training contract, to qualify as a solicitor in 2024. In these two years, Charlotte will train in four different areas of Law before deciding which career path to take. She has completed her seat with the Family department, working on Divorce and Finances, Children matters, Domestic abuse and cohabitation cases as well as the Private Client team assisting with Wills and Administration of estates. Charlotte is currently working within our Employment team.
Charlotte is part of the Charity committee and has assisted in organising a number of fundraisers for our charity of the year including the ‘Strictly Sweepstake’, and volunteers at fundraising events put on by the firm and attends events organised by our charity of the year.
ON A PERSONAL NOTE
On a personal note, Charlotte is a competitive swimmer and has competed in Galas and open water events throughout her life. She was previously made club Captain of her team and continues to compete for them now.
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