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Chris Deeley

Solicitor

T: 01865 268 690 (DDI)
T: 020 7583 2222
M: 07917 490 603 E: chris.deeley@roydswithyking.com

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Chris is a Solicitor in our Employment and HR team.



About Chris

Chris graduated from the University of Cambridge with a BA in Law in 2015, before joining the Private Client team in Royds Withy King’s Swindon office. While working for the firm he achieved a Distinction in the Legal Practice Course in Bristol in 2018.

Chris moved to RWK’s London office in 2018 to commence his training contract, where he worked in the Dispute Resolution, Real Estate, Employment and Corporate teams. Upon finishing his training in 2021, Chris qualified into the Employment team.

Interests

Outside of work, Chris is a prolific foodie and enjoys cooking and dining out (when circumstances permit!). Along with his love for Arsenal FC, his other great passion is for video games and esports, where he competes on an amateur team.

Working in our Employment team brings me into contact with a wide range of people and businesses, in all kinds of situations and across various industries. I take pride in providing a fantastic service that puts our clients’ diverse needs first.

Chris Deeley

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