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Rachel McCarthy

Trainee Solicitor

T: 01865 268638 (DDI)
T: 01865 792 300
E: rachel.mccarthy@roydswithyking.com

Rachel is a trainee solicitor in our Employment & HR team currently based in our Oxford office.



About Rachel

Rachel joined Royds Withy King’s Property Disputes team in March 2017 as a paralegal and has now commenced her training contract, September 2019.

Rachel graduated with a degree in History from Durham University, before completing her Graduate Diploma in Law at Oxford Brookes University. Rachel joined Royds Withy King having previously worked as a paralegal in residential conveyancing. Whilst a Property Disputes Paralegal, Rachel completed her LPC part-time at the University of Law in London and obtained a distinction.

Interests

In her free time, Rachel tries to keep up with the gym and spends time travelling across the country to visit family and friends.

As there are so many diverse opportunities and areas in law, you can find what you really enjoy and thrive on tackling the challenges in your work. At this early point in my career, I love the positive, collective, and encouraging environment where everyone is working hard to perform at their best.

Rachel McCarthy

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