I started my professional career working as a Business Manager for the then FTSE 100 Daily Mail and General Trust. In 2009 I decided to make the change and become a Solicitor.
After graduating as a mature student, I went on to pursue a training contract at a boutique London based 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 needed to ensure any litigation is successful. The real world does not care for books. The reality is that it’s ruthless, harsh and unforgiving if you do not get it right first time. It demands lateral thinking, tenacity and pro-activity backed by an academic understanding of the law, not led by it.
I knew there was an opportunity to provide a better service to clients, which is why I set up Britton and Time Solicitors. With all our cases Britton and Time promises a London level of service quality to the commuter belt.