I started my professional career working as a Business Development Manager for the Daily Mail and General Trust before making the switch to law. It was there that I realised there must be more than the commercial world.
After graduating as a mature student, I went on to pursue a training contract at a prominent London litigation firm while undertaking a Master’s degree at the University of Law.
Time and time again I came up against book smart solicitors who lacked the common sense I know litigation requires. The real world doesn’t care for books. It’s ruthless, harsh and unforgiving. It demands lateral thinking, tenacity and pro-activity backed by the law, not led by it.
I knew I could provide a better service, which is why I set up Britton and Time Solicitors in Brighton to bring a London level of service quality to the commuter belt.