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Charlotte Newlyn

Charlotte Newlyn

Trainee Solicitor

T: 020 3750 9376 (DDI)
T: 020 7583 2222
E: charlotte.newlyn@roydswithyking.com

Charlotte is a trainee solicitor in our London office and is currently working in our Corporate & Commercial team.



About Charlotte

Charlotte joined Royds Withy King in 2015 after getting her first class law degree from Southampton Solent University and completing her Legal Practice Certificate course at Guildford University of Law.

Prior to joining Royds Withy King, Charlotte volunteered at a local Citizens’ Advice Bureau where she gained valuable insights into a wide variety of cases, most of which were civil matters.

Outside of work, Charlotte enjoys trampolining, which she has done since the age of five, and is a qualified BSAC Ocean Scuba Diver, which comes in handy during holidays.

I really enjoy the methodical yet practical approach needed to successfully complete corporate, commercial and private transactions. It's a great feeling when you help a client through an important and sometimes difficult time in their life and achieve the very best outcome for them.

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