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Paola Cuffolo

Trainee Solicitor

T: 01865 268 684
E: paola.cuffolo@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

Paola joined as a trainee solicitor in Summer 2018, having recently graduated with Distinction from the LPC at BPP Holborn. She is working within our Clinical Negligence team currently based in our Oxford Office.



About Paola

Paola graduated with a Commendation from both the LPC at BPP Holborn in 2018 and from the GDL at BPP Waterloo prior to that.

Paola read Music at the University of Oxford before freelancing as an opera singer and director for six years. Within that time she also ran her own opera company as a charity, mounting several successful productions a year, as well as building up a private teaching practice. She also did proofreading for the European Registry of Internet Domain Names and the Journal of Cyber Policy for several years.

This is a job that is never dull, and every day brings new opportunities to learn, especially because even as a trainee you are immediately considered a useful member of the team.

Paola Cuffolo

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