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Rachel Levine

Trainee Solicitor

T: 020 7797 6300 (DDI)
T: 020 7583 2222
E: rachel.levine@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

Rachel is a Trainee Solicitor in our Employment & HR team currently based in our City of London office.



About Rachel

Rachel obtained her Law degree from Nottingham University before joining the firm in 2016 as a Paralegal in our Clinical Negligence team focusing on medical and dental negligence cases. Following this, she then went on to study for her LPC and MSc in Law, Business and Management, graduating with a distinction in both from Leeds University.

Rachel commenced her training contract with the firm in September 2019 and has now moved over to our Employment & HR team as a Trainee Solicitor in March 2021 as part of her rotation to become a qualified Solicitor.

Outside of work

Rachel enjoys travelling, cooking and is involved in campaigning for the rights of asylum seekers in the UK. She is also a keen musician, playing bassoon and performing in productions with the West Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra.

Royds Withy King is a positive and encouraging environment to undertake a training contract and they place a real focus on the development of people within the firm. The practice areas within the firm also cover a wide variety of legal areas, and I am looking forward to challenging myself within different departments and contributing to the firm as a whole.

Rachel Levine

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