Chloe is a caseworker within the Criminal department as part of the Magistrates Court team.
She completed her Law degree at the University of Liverpool in 2018 where she was continually recognised for her Pro-Bono and extra-curricular work with the Law Clinic and Citizens Advice Bureau.
From this she has extensive experience in advising clients with varying issues and a level of understanding which enables clients to get the highest standard of care.
Laura is a caseworker within the Confiscation and Restraints department and specialises in the Proceeds of Crime Act.
She deals with a wide spectrum of Proceeds of Crime matters from Pre and Post Order matters all the way through to Enforcement.
She prides herself on her hard working ethics and going the extra mile to ensure the best possible result is achieved for her clients
Lauren is an experienced paralegal, specialising mainly in Confiscation and Restraints (Proceeds of Crime Act 2002).
During her time working in this niche area of law, Lauren has dealt with cases at every stage of the Confiscation Regime, from Pre and Post Order through to Enforcement. She has also assisted in Appeal matters.
Lauren graduated in 2011 and in 2019 is going to further her career by throwing herself into some different areas of Criminal Law alongside preparing her portfolio to become police station accredited.
Cortney is PA to Katie McCreath and assists Katie on day to day basis. Cortney is an ambitious caseworker who is currently undertaking her Cilex qualifications to become a qualified Legal Executive under Katie’s wing.
Samera is joining the team in January 2018. She is an experienced para-legal having worked in leading Proceeds of Crime and Matrimonial departments.
Samera has obtained her Legal Practice Course qualification and will be looking to qualify as a solicitor. She hopes to become a police station accredited representative in 2018 and commenced her training in 2017.
We are pleased to confirm that Samera will be heading the administration of the new premises in Birmingham which have been secured by Crown Defence and are set to open in February 2018.
Zakee is a caseworker within the Criminal department and has recently completed his training contract to become a qualified solicitor.
Alongside this, Zakee is working towards becoming police station accredited.
Zakee has completed his Masters in Law at the University of Wolverhampton. He has also obtained a Distinction in Legal Practice at the same university together with awards for Commercial Law and Property Law & Practice.