Hamzah joined BOS in 2022 as an Assistant Intern based in BOS’ London office.
Hamzah assists with various office errands that include creating and collating website information, filing court documents and completing on-hand tasks to aid solicitors with strict deadlines. He is also involved in the BOS network that involves maintaining digital company profiles.

Hamzah quickly assimilated into the office environment and is known to produce work with a swift, efficient and professional style, observant of the balance between creative and productive work aspects. He is highly perceptive to potential concerns and liaises well with his colleagues and the Partners to ensure that every facet of a task is aptly handled.

Hamzah is studying for a BA (Hons) in English at King’s College London. He values his role at the BOS office as the perfect opportunity to demonstrate and refine his own skills, immersing into the complex understandings of the legal world.

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