Ringrose Law is pleased to announce the expansion of its discrimination department with the appointment of Catherine Drake, a talented trainee solicitor.

Catherine has been an integral part of the firm for the past four years, previously serving as a paralegal in the Mental Health Department. In her new role, Catherine will collaborate with Carrie Clewes to support clients in their discrimination claims under the Equality Act 2010.

With a passion for justice and a commitment to her clients, Catherine is thrilled to be part of the discrimination department. In just a few months, she has already gained valuable experience in this specialised area of law and is dedicated to ensuring that individuals receive the redress they deserve for the discrimination they have faced. Catherine acknowledges Carrie Clewes as an excellent mentor, fostering her growth and inspiring her to pursue a career in discrimination law.

While continuing her work in the discrimination team, Catherine will also complete other rotations before qualifying as a solicitor in March 2024. Her ultimate goal is to become a solicitor within the discrimination department, leveraging her expertise and contributing to the pursuit of justice for those affected by discrimination.

“We are delighted to welcome Catherine to our discrimination department,” said Carrie Clewes, Discrimination Lawyer at Ringrose Law. “Her dedication and enthusiasm for this area of law makes her a valuable asset to our team. We are confident that her commitment to achieving justice for our clients will drive her success as she continues to grow in her career.”

Ringrose Law is renowned for its expertise in various legal fields, and the expansion of its discrimination department further strengthens the firm’s commitment to providing comprehensive legal services to individuals facing discrimination.

For more information about Ringrose Law’s discrimination department and its services, please contact 01522 561020 email or visit our website https://www.ringroselaw.co.uk/personal-law/discrimination/

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