Rebecca joined the firm in September 2019. She is currently a Trainee Solicitor in the Private Client Department and is based in the Bromley office. Rebecca spent the first seat of her training contract with the Civil Litigation, Personal Injury and Employment departments and spent her second seat with the Residential Property Department.
Rebecca grew up near Bromley, studying at Newstead Wood School for Girls in nearby Orpington. After this she studied Law at the University of Southampton, graduating in 2018, and achieved a distinction in her LPC LLM from the University of Law, in 2019.
Rebecca has also completed supplementary courses; including the Financial Markets course from Yale University, and courses from the Open University in the areas of Commercial awareness and Marketing in the 21st Century, to help increase her understanding of a wide range of business and legal matters.
Rebecca is always keen to provide support to her clients through legal matters, large or small, and always endeavours to give clients someone who champions their causes wholeheartedly.
Rebecca cares about community transformation and providing both practical and legal assistance to those who need it. With this in mind, she has taken opportunities provided by Thackray Williams to become a dementia friend, as well as take time to support local schools at careers fairs and helped in a local soup kitchen for the homeless.
Outside of work, Rebecca spends her time assisting in running youth groups for teenagers in Kent, putting on weekly activities for them as well as planning regular events, ranging from outdoor cinemas to summer camps. She has also recently taken to baking as a new hobby and enjoys cooking for her friends and family. Rebecca is also keen on charitable works, having done two overseas charity trips to serve communities less fortunate around the world