Cardiff and South East Wales Junior Lawyers Division

Charlotte Werner

Events Team

Charlotte graduated from the University of Exeter in September 2017 after completing her LLB. She is currently undertaking the full-time LPC at Cardiff University, alongside paralegal work, before beginning her training contract in Hugh James in September 2018. This is her first year on committee, so she is very excited to work with JLD veterans on some exciting new events!

Aimee Breen

Events Team

Aimee is one of the events coordinators for this year’s committee.  This is her first year on the committee but she has plenty of experience of event planning having organised many events during her undergraduate studies and is on the social committee at Hugh James.  She completed her undergraduate degree in Law from the University of Leicester in 2016 and is currently in her second year studying for the LPC part time at Cardiff University.  Aimee is looking forward to planning many exciting events for the JLD this year.

 

Abigail Salter

Events Team

Rhys Langley

Events Team

Eleanor Swain

JLD Ambassador at Hugh James/Involegal

Ellie is a senior paralegal at Hugh James solicitors.  She is currently studying her LPC part-time.  When she manages to get some time off she likes to watch TV, knit and drink a lovely glass of wine.

 

Jade Cox

JLD Ambassador at Law Society Wales and Monmouthshire Law Society

Jade completed her Law Degree in 2015 and her LPC in 2016. She is now a Trainee Solicitor at Everett Tomlin Lloyd and Pratt and is in the second year of her training contract.  This is Jade’s second year on the committee and she is looking forward to working with the JLD and the local law societies.

Twitter: jadecox23

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