Emily is a trainee solicitor in the Wills, trusts and probate team. She advises clients on making Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney for both property and financial affairs and health and welfare. She also deals with probate applications and estate administration.
She takes the time to get to know her clients and understand their situations, ensuring they receive the best possible advice and representation. She is always happy to explain the legal implications in respect of Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney and answer any questions clients may have.
Emily deals sensitively with estate administration, ensuring clients have the guidance and support they need at this difficult time.
2010-2015 Llangatwg Community School – Head Girl 2014-2015
2015-2017 Neath Port Talbot College – A levels
2017-2020 LLB Law – Cardiff University – First Class Honours
2020-2021 Masters in Legal Practice – Cardiff University – Distinction
During her education, Emily did three periods of work experience with Hutchinson Thomas. After university, she worked as a claims paralegal in a Cardiff law firm.
She joined Hutchinson Thomas as a trainee in April 2022 and is due to qualify as a solicitor in October 2023.
While at university, Emily volunteered on a pro bono project with Mencap Cymru, an advice service providing people with a learning disability and their families information about their rights and entitlements as well as support to access services and challenge decisions. This included preparing a legal toolkit on access to disability benefits which is now available as a public access document on the Mencap Cymru website.
Emily worked at Neath Cricket Club for six years prior to embarking on her legal career and remains a social member of the club.
She enjoys the gym and yoga.