Part Scholarship for the BPTC at MMU (2017)
Placed fourth at The National Client Interviewing Competition (2018)
Kimberley joined Guildford Chambers as a civil pupil in October 2021. Kimberley read Law at the University of Leicester and subsequently passed the BPTC in 2018. During her studies, Kimberley volunteered with and then became the Director of the Street Law Project, a Pro Bono Project which aims to educate young people on important and relevant legal topics.
Prior to pupillage, Kimberley previously worked as an Ombudsman where she worked with both retailers and consumers to resolve legal disputes. Further, Kimberley gained experience as an In-house Advocate with a national law firm working on a range of civil and commercial matters. This role also included a secondment to a Telecommunications company within their legal department dealing with consumer disputes.
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