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Charlotte joined Royds Withy King in September 2020 as a trainee solicitor. She is currently completing her second seat in our Employment team having undertaken her first seat in the firm’s Family department.

Charlotte Kilcar

Trainee Solicitor

T: 01865 264 001 (DDI)
T: 01865 792 300
E: charlotte.kilcar@roydswithyking.com

If you are having difficulty getting in touch with your contact then you can email enquiries@roydswithyking.com or call 0800 923 2073

Charlotte joined Royds Withy King in September 2020 as a trainee solicitor. She is currently in our Clinical Negligence team having undertaken her first seat in the firm’s family department.



About Charlotte

Prior to joining Royds Withy King, Charlotte graduated from Cardiff University with a BA in English Literature. She then completed the Graduate Diploma of Law at BPP University Waterloo and the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in London.

While completing the LPC, Charlotte worked as a paralegal in a specialist litigation firm in London. Here she gained experience in catastrophic personal injury claims and tax-related commercial disputes.

Charlotte commenced her training contract with the firm and moved over to our Employment & HR team as part of her rotation to become a qualified Solicitor. She currently works in our Clinical Negligence team.

Outside of work

In her spare time Charlotte enjoys reading and travelling. Before commencing her training contract Charlotte spent several months in Berlin learning German, a language which she is continuing to study in her spare time.

I am delighted to join Royds Withy King as a trainee solicitor. I am committed to helping deliver the excellent client service the firm provides while learning about the various areas of law I will undertake on my training.

Charlotte joined Royds Withy King in September 2020 as a trainee solicitor. She is currently completing her second seat in our Employment team having undertaken her first seat in the firm’s Family department.Charlotte Kilcar

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