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Callum Howorth

Callum Howorth

Conveyancing Assistant

T: 020 7842 1423 (DDI)
T: 020 7583 2222
E: callum.howorth@roydswithyking.com

Callum is an assistant in the Residential Property, Farms & Estates team in London. He supports the conveyancing process from initial enquiry through to completion, including identity checks, progressing cases with estate agents and solicitors, and helping clients with their queries on their property’s sale or purchase.



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. He is also experienced in assisting clients with their property transactions, conducting due dilligence, analysing documents and appraising contracts. Callum works with first time buyers, developers and high net worth individuals.

Interests

Callum is an avid follower of current affairs and enjoys reading, cycling, football, and history.

Property transactions are all uniquely different in some way and I thoroughly enjoy working and developing relationships with clients from all walks of life. Helping to ensure every transaction proceeds as smoothly as possible, through a practical and tailored approach to every client, is always a rewarding experience.

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