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Amelia is part of our Leeds branch working as a Real Estate Paralegal.

Amelia joined as an intern in 2023. Previously working for the non-profit organisation Support Through Court, her confidence and ambition quickly impressed the partner of the Leeds office (Dhiran Mistry) and she was offered a permanent role as a paralegal earlier this year. She assists Dhiran Mistry in Commercial and Residential property cases and specialises in Property Law. She has a natural ability to communicate, completes all work assigned to her to a very high standard and maintains an exceedingly positive approach towards all elements of the role.

Amelia is studying her LLB at Leeds Beckett University and aims to go on to do her Solicitors Qualifying Exams after graduating next year. With her dedication to the field and passion for law, we are excited to support her continued career development as a future solicitor.

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