Trainee Solicitor
 

Susannah Hawker

Trainee Solicitor

Susannah Hawker Contact Details

Blackburn

25-29 Victoria Street
Blackburn
Lancashire
BB1 6DN

Email: susannah.hawker@watsonramsbottom.com

Telephone: 01254 67 22 22

About

Susannah Hawker joined Watson Ramsbottom at the start of 2022 and works as a Trainee Solicitor in our Family Department, providing advice, advocacy and representing clients in court applications. Having grown up in Wimborne, Dorset, Susannah headed to Brighton, where she completed her LLB with Criminology at the University of Sussex. Her love for city life saw her relocate to Manchester and continue her studies at the University of Law, where she is imminently due to complete her LPC and Masters of Law. As of 01/08/22 Susannah began her training contact to become a fully fledged solicitor. Outside of work, Susannah enjoys dancing, trampolining and anything musical theatre related.

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