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Callum Howorth

Trainee Solicitor

T: 020 7842 1423 (DDI)
T: 020 7583 2222

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Callum is a Trainee Solicitor in our Residential Property team in London.

About Callum

Callum graduated from Newcastle University with a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree before completing a masters in International Commercial Law at Northumbria University and then his LPC with MSc Law and Business at the University of Law in Moorgate.

From his studies and through his work as a legal adviser at Carillion Advice Services (Carillion PLC), Callum has a strong background in the commercial aspects of the law. Callum previously worked in the Residential Property team where he gained experience assisting clients with their property transactions, conducting due diligence, analysing documents and appraising contracts.

Callum commenced his training contract with the firm in our Real Estate team as a Trainee Solicitor in March 2021 as part of his rotation to become a qualified Solicitor. Callum now works in our Residential Property team.


Callum currently serves as a Reserve Solider in the British Army, 4th Battalion Parachute Regiment. Outside of work, he enjoys literature and is an avid football fan.

The diversity of the law and its timeless relevance is what first attracted me to it and continues to focus my interest in the area. I am delighted to start my legal career at Royds Withy King and I am looking forward to working and developing relationships with clients from all walks of life

Callum Howorth

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