Clare graduated from the University of Law in Bristol with a Masters of Law and Legal Practice. Clare is currently working at Glamorgan Law LLP in the Litigation department. Clare is an events coordinator on the committee and assists with planning and organising all of the JLD’s events. This is Clare’s first year on the committee and she is excited to begin her role.
Joy was elected a media officer for the committee in 2016. Joy completed an undergraduate law degree at Swansea University in 2008 before undertaking the LPC at Cardiff University in 2009. Joy completed her training contract with Harding Evans and is now a solicitor in the Contested Wills, Trusts and Estates department at Hugh James. This is Joy’s first year on the JLD committee and is excited to put her organisational skills to good use.
Carys is a Clinical Negligence Solicitor at Harding Evans. She joined the committee in 2014 as the High Street Firms’ Representative and was the Chair in 2015-2016. She is now a Media Officer and her main role is to keep the website updated.
John is a second year Trainee Solicitor at NWSSP Legal and Risk Services. John graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2011 and went on to complete the BPTC at Northumbria University in 2012. He is currently cross-qualifying in order to be admitted as a solicitor and has a keen interest in clinical negligence, medical law and human rights issues.
Cat was elected as a media officer for the committee in 2016/2017. Having converted to law and completed her academic training in Newcastle upon Tyne, she is now a second year trainee solicitor at the Welsh Government. She is now a South East Wales convert and adores yoga, Formula 1, learning French and dachshunds.
This is her first year on the committee and she’s eager to get to work promoting all of the JLD’s exciting events!
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