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Chris Deeley

Trainee Solicitor

T: 020 7842 1530 (DDI)
T: 020 7583 2222
E: chris.deeley@roydswithyking.com

Chris is a trainee solicitor in our Employment & HR team currently based in our City of London office.



About Chris

Prior to joining the team in London, Chris spent three years as a Legal Assistant in the Private Client team in Royds Withy King’s Swindon office, assisting with Wills, Powers of Attorney and the administration of estates. Chris graduated from Cambridge University with a BA in Law in 2015, and achieved a Distinction in his Legal Practice Course at BPP University in Bristol in 2018.

Interests

Outside of work, Chris enjoys watching football (especially his beloved Arsenal FC), cooking and playing the guitar. He is also an avid – and highly competitive – player of video games and board games.

I am very excited to be continuing my legal career with Royds Withy King, and look forward to helping the firm continue to provide a fantastic service to our clients that puts their needs first

Chris Deeley

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