Victoria is a trainee solicitor undertaking her fourth seat in the employment law department. She is supervised by Philip Richardson and is due to qualify as a solicitor in September 2019.
Victoria studied law and criminology at The University of Sheffield where she was awarded a 2:1 LLB (Hons) degree. She completed the LPC at BPP Manchester, where she studied the following electives: family law, employment law and private client (Wills, probate and estate planning).
Victoria joined Stephensons in 2013 as a graduate paralegal in the costings department. In 2016, she transferred to the commercial employment department where she had specific experience in bringing and defending a wide range of claims for discrimination (including claims relating to redundancy, alleged gross misconduct and “whistle-blowing”), providing guidance to employees undergoing disciplinary and grievance procedures, advising employees who have been unfairly treated, discriminated against or harassed in the workplace and carrying out assessments of the prospects for those clients funded through a legal expenses policy.
Victoria commenced her training contract in September 2017 and completed her first seat in the residential conveyancing department, specialising in leasehold properties, new builds and help to buy transactions.
Victoria's second seat was in the commercial property department specialising in commercial property sale and acquisitions, applications for first registration, acting for landlords and tenants negotiating leases, licences to assign and deed of surrenders, acting for property developers and property investors in their respective disposals and acquisitions of newly developed property.
Victoria's third seat was in the dispute resolution (land) department specialising in rights of way and access disputes, issues between neighbours and boundary disputes.
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