Hawre joined Bolt Burdon Kemp in November 2023 as a paralegal in the Spinal Injury Team.
Collaborating closely with Victoria Oliver, he is involved in supporting clients who have endured personal injury and medical negligence. With a focus on high-value and intricate spinal injury cases, Hawre brings unwavering professionalism and heartfelt compassion to his work.
Before joining Bolt Burdon Kemp, Hawre garnered valuable experience as a Paralegal at a law firm specialising in clinical negligence. During his two-year tenure, he played a crucial role in assisting senior solicitors acting on behalf of the NHS. His expertise notably included high-value cases involving spinal and birth injury claims.
Hawre’s academic credentials include a first-class Law degree from the University of Kent and a Master’s in Law and Health with International Commercial Law, earned with distinction. His education has equipped him with a keenly critical approach to casework, enabling him to deliver top-notch services aimed at securing the best possible outcomes for his clients. Moreover, Hawre harbours a keen interest in cutting-edge technological innovations that have the potential to enhance the lives of those affected by injury.
Outside of his professional endeavours, Hawre dedicates his time to volunteering at the geriatric ward of Queen Elizabeth Hospital. There, he provides much-needed support to patients, ensuring their comfort throughout their stay. He also mentors students at his former college, driven by a desire to shatter stereotypes and inspire individuals from low socioeconomic backgrounds to succeed in the legal sphere.