Emily White | Trainee Solicitor | Bolt Burdon Kemp Emily White | Trainee Solicitor | Bolt Burdon Kemp

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Emily is a Trainee Solicitor, starting her first seat in our Brain Injury department.

Emily first joined Bolt Burdon Kemp in the Military Claims team in October 2022. Emily worked alongside Gaggan Mawi and Marie-Joelle Theanne in a variety of claims for military personnel. The team successfully secured settlements for several clients in 2022-2024, concerning personnel affected by bullying and harassment, clinical negligence, and personal injury.

Prior to joining BBK, Emily achieved both an LPC and an LLM from the University of Law in Birmingham and a First-Class Honours degree in International Law from the University of Birmingham. Throughout her degrees, Emily focussed her studying on several aspects of healthcare law, including modules in clinical negligence and UK healthcare Law, as well as conducting research papers on the prevalence of unlawful sterilisation of women with intellectual disabilities.

During her undergraduate degree, Emily undertook a year abroad in Australia where she studied at the University of Technology, Sydney. During her time there, Emily specialised in Mental Health and Disability Law, providing her with a strong insight into the legal issues which arise from mental health challenges.

Emily has previous work experience at a solicitor’s firm and at a GP where she was a receptionist. She enjoys interacting with people / and is experienced in dealing with vulnerable patients/clients in stressful situations.

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