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Abbie Porter

Paralegal

T: 01225 730 223 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100
E: abbie.porter@roydswithyking.com

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Abbie is a Paralegal in the Personal Injury team in the Bath office, assisting with Industrial Disease compensation claims.



About Abbie

Wanting to pursue a career in law since a young age, Abbie has joined Royds Withy King as a legal apprentice after completing her A levels in Biology, Chemistry and History. Abbie is currently working with the  Personal Injury department, assisting associate Jennifer Seavor with Industrial Disease compensation claims.

Interests

Outside of work, Abbie enjoys running and spending time with family and friends.

Throughout school I was always set on the idea of pursuing a career in law. Undertaking an apprenticeship at Royds Withy King has given me vital experience, allowing me to understand how the work in the personal injury team really makes a difference to clients who have suffered often life changing injuries. I look forward to progressing with the team and continuing to play a part in this important work.

Abbie Porter

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