Connor Hawkins | Graduate Solicitor Apprentice | Bolt Burdon Kemp Connor Hawkins | Graduate Solicitor Apprentice | Bolt Burdon Kemp

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Connor joined Bolt Burdon Kemp in 2022 as the firm’s first solicitor apprentice. He has started his  third seat in the Spinal Injury team, assisting with a complex range of medical negligence and personal injury claims. BBK works to improve the lives of their client’s for the better and so Connor has great pride in the knowledge that he works for a firm that gives him the ability to bring about better opportunities for the clients he serves.

Since starting with BBK, Connor has worked with young clients who have suffered catastrophic brain injuries and his work has been focused on assisting clients to get the settlements they need to continue on beyond their injuries.

Connor has also worked on intricate and challenging cases, which has both deepened and widened his breadth of legal knowledge. This practical experience in combination with his studies to complete the Solicitor’s Qualifying Exams, has put Connor on a strong footing to deliver the best results for his clients in the future.

Having been passionate about people, Connor realised that he wanted to work in an area of law that prioritised individuals above institutions and bringing client’s vindication when institutions have failed them. This informs Connor’s passion to work in an area of law that helps solicitors fight to put people in the forefront. It was this shared belief in bringing about positive results for vulnerable people that helped guide Connor to start his career at BBK.

After spending three years completing a law degree at the University of Nottingham, Connor knew he wanted to pursue a legal career as a claimant solicitor. Having studied both the law of tort and advanced tort as an undergraduate, he gained a great foundational knowledge in the field of medical negligence and personal injury, which he builds upon every day at BBK.

While at university, Connor also volunteered for the charity Into University, in which he was able to garner experience working with vulnerable young people in difficult situations. Working for a charity that supported young students from disadvantaged backgrounds gave Connor a breadth of experience which continues to allow him to support the firm’s clients through their challenging circumstances.

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