• Real Estate

Olivia joined BOS Leeds as a Real Estate Paralegal in 2022. She assists Dhiran Mistry in Commercial and Residential property cases and specialises in Property Law.

Having previously worked at Williams & Co solicitors in Huddersfield, Olivia has seamlessly transferred her skill into the BOS working environment, taking particular care to understand and navigate property cases. Working within the Leeds group, Olivia is quick to assist and work in close contact with Dhiran, settling in well with BOS’ culture of collaboration and efficiency. In her work, she retains a high level of accuracy and precision which is equally translated into her ambition to become a qualified solicitor.

Olivia is willing and seeks to take on the complex challenges of the legal world. Not only does she enjoy challenging herself, she also exhibits a consistent level of client care, taking the time and effort to build harmonious working relationships with them.

Olivia completed both her LLB at the University of Lincoln and her LLM in International Law at the same university. Olivia plans to continue to expand her career, aiming to qualify as a solicitor at BOS.

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