Emma studied law and criminology at Lancaster University and completed the LPC at BPP Manchester. She then took employment with a regional firm as a paralegal where she went on to complete her training contract gaining experience in residential conveyancing, private client matters, and crime. In 2013 Emma qualified as a Solicitor and continued to practise in residential conveyancing, wills, probate and elderly client care.
In 2015 Emma moved away from law and worked within a national estate agency business.
Emma joined BCL Legal in 2017 specialising in recruiting solicitors, fee earners and paralegals within the residential conveyancing sector across Manchester and Lancashire.
My recent blog posts
Most people (not all) know what their notice period is as in most circumstances its clearly stated in their contract of employment, or employment terms and conditions. But believe it or not, Im asked this question a lot: I dont understand my notice period, can you help?
How long is my notice period?As above, the first place to look is your contract. If theres no contractual notice period...
As a recruitment consultant I am often speaking with people who have established a successful career within residential conveyancing but are at a stage where they no longer want the pressures of handling a full case load. Sometimes this has got to the point where they may even be considering leaving the law altogether. There are lots of opportunities out there where the skills gained throughout a...
There are a number of reasons why you might have to cancel or reschedule an interview. As recruiters, we understand this and so do our clients. However, it's very important to communicate any delays or problems as soon as possible. This allows for two things. Firstly, unnecessary time wasting - for the client - is avoided. Secondly, and more importantly, it shows a level of professionalism from...