Siobhan joined Bolt Burdon Kemp in October 2020 as a paralegal in the military claims team, where she works to help seriously injured service personnel to secure compensation and recover from their injuries. She assists Hannah Swarbrick and Victoria Sedgwick in a variety of different legal claims involving individuals who have been injured during their service in the Armed Forces. She is enjoying working with service personnel and getting to grips with the unique challenges they face after suffering an injury.
Siobhan studied Law with French at the University of Sussex and graduated in 2015. After obtaining her law degree, Siobhan took some time out to travel. Whilst living in Australia, she gained experience in property law and estate planning. She also worked in New Zealand as a sales and customer service co-ordinator for a travel company, working with customers all around the world helping them to plan their travel itineraries. Siobhan enjoys working in a people-focused role and achieving the best results for her clients. Her ambition to pursue legal work in a people-focused sector led her to finding a role at Bolt Burdon Kemp, where she enjoys putting her energy into making a difference to the lives of injured people. Siobhan prides herself on her friendly and approachable nature and is willing to go the extra mile to achieve results. Siobhan will start the LPC in 2021 with the eventual aim, of becoming a solicitor.
- Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) – Paralegal