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Chloe studied law at the University of Leeds before completing the LPC and qualifying as a solicitor in 2007. Chloe has over 6 years’ experience working in private practice. She qualified into the litigation and dispute resolution team at Charles Russell in London and then worked in the commercial litigation teams at both Shoosmiths and Eversheds in Birmingham. She has also lived and worked abroad in Sydney, Australia. 

At BCL, Chloe specialises in the recruitment of solicitors into Birmingham's leading commercial law firms. Chloe works closely with all of the major national, international and regional firms in Birmingham and handles their vacancies at all levels of PQE: from newly qualified solicitors to partner level appointments. Her focus includes the corporate, commercial, banking/finance, litigation, family and employment departments.

My recent blog posts

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Five things to be wary of if you change your mind after accepting a job offer

The best way to describe the lead up to this predicament is the waiting for a bus analogy. You’re in a rush, you’re late for work (or to meet friends) and there are no buses to be seen – absolute nightmare! The next day, you’re sauntering down the same road to grab a coffee and five buses pass you by! What are the chances?! This is often the case when it comes to job interviews and job offers. You wait...

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A summer of highs and legal jobs for Birmingham and the wider Midlands region

Whilst we reflect on a summer of fantastic highs in general: high temperatures, World Cup football (including M&S reporting high sales of the waistcoat) and the Royal Wedding, it's also been a pretty busy summer for Birmingham. As the city of Birmingham's major redevelopment works continues at a rapid pace, the city centre is changing before our eyes and this means lots of work and lots of legal...

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When is and isn't it OK to cancel a scheduled job interview

Is it OK to cancel a job interview? My gut response is no! The thought of candidates cancelling interviews that they and I have worked hard to secure is frustrating, and for those who’ve watched Sex and the City it reminds me of the episode when Carrie gets dumped on a Post-it note: a bit lame.

Acceptable circumstances

Of course, there are legitimate reasons to cancel an interview. If you’re in bed...

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DLA Piper LLP
Pinsent Masons
Brabners
Freeths
Hileys
Advantage Property Lawyers
Greenwoods Solicitors LLP
Walker Morris
DWF
Anthony Collins Solicitors
Jet2
ITV