Amie Roadnight

What Amie can do for you

Having graduated in Law in 2014, Amie joined Hempsons in September 2014 as a paralegal. Amie completed the legal practice course whilst working in our regulatory department in London and became a trainee solicitor in September of 2016.

Amie’s first training seat was in the regulatory department and she is currently undertaking her second seat in the real estate department.

Qualifications

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Law (LPC) 2016
  • LLB Law 2014

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