Charlotte Strutt

Trainee Solicitor

Having studied Law at the University of Huddersfield graduating with First Class Honours Charlotte started her career at Gepp Solicitors as a Paralegal in the Commercial department in August of 2015. After a year of working, Charlotte commenced the LPC at BPP in Cambridge part-time. In November of 2017, having passed all of the core LPC modules with a distinction, Charlotte then began working as a Trainee Solicitor. In July 2018, Charlotte was awarded a Distinction in the LPC after two years of hard work.

Specialisms

As a Paralegal, Charlotte worked alongside all Commercial fee earners to assist them with a wide range of property and company related matters, as well as running some of her own files under supervision. Charlotte particularly assisted Edward Worthy and therefore has gained experience in rural services as well as commercial property. As a Trainee, Charlotte expanded upon her experience in the Commercial Department in her first seat with a focus on property work, before undertaking her second seat in the Private Client department where she had exposure to a range of matters including drafting Wills, assisting with the administration of estates and the provision of inheritance tax advice. Charlotte was particularly able to overlap her property and agricultural experience in dealing with private client matters. In January this year, Charlotte began working in the Dispute Resolution team as her final training seat.    

Approach

Charlotte has a reassuring and dedicated approach when helping clients. Her attention to detail and organised manner has made Charlotte a valued asset to the firm.