Charlotte graduated from the University of Chester with a first class law degree (LLB) in 2017.
After the completion of her degree, Charlotte joined our housing law department in July 2017 as a graduate paralegal, before joining the discrimination team in January 2018.
Charlotte has completed the legal practice course alongside a masters in law at the University of Law, obtaining a distinction and receiving an award for obtaining the highest overall mark for the LPC LLM at the university, in her year.
Charlotte secured the role of case manager in the discrimination team in September 2019 and currently manages a varied case load of both civil and employment discrimination claims brought on behalf of claimants under the Equality Act 2010.
Charlotte has secured a training contract with the firm which she commenced in September 2021. She is expected to qualify as a solicitor in September 2023.
What our clients say
“I have received lots of support, the communication was great and prompt. The staff were very good, polite and knowledgeable. I felt like I was being looked after and not just a number. Without their help it would have been very difficult for me to do this, so a big thank you to all the staff. If I ever need this kind of help in the future, I wouldn't hesitate to contact them again." - View from a satisfied client
"I contacted Stephensons discrimination team after an incident last August. I wanted to take legal action but I was unsure what my chances of success would be, and was anxious in case I lost in court and had to pay out legal fees. I put all my faith in them and wasn’t disappointed.
I was mostly in contact with Charlotte Brain and Lucy Bishop who were very accommodative and would send me detailed updates several times a week. If I had any concerns they would respond in a matter of hours. This made the process far less stressful as it ensured me they were taking the case seriously." - View from a satisfied client