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Zoe Pettigrew


T: 01225 459 935 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100

Zoe is a solicitor in our Corporate team, based in our Bath office.

About Zoe

Zoe is part of our Corporate team and works alongside senior partners in the Health & Social Care team on a range of transactional work and contractual matters.

Prior to joining Royds Withy King, Zoe worked at a Bristol firm where she qualified and gained a range of experience in corporate and commercial law.

Zoe’s experience includes:

  • working with care home owners to update their service user contracts in light of recent Competition and Markets Authority guidance
  • assisting and advising owners in the sale and purchases of care homes,  pharmacies and dental practices
  • assisting on acquisitions and disposals
  • assisting on corporate transactions including share buybacks and company restructures.


  • The Law Society
  • Bristol Young Professionals
  • Bristol Women’s Professional Network


Outside of work, Zoe enjoys playing the saxophone, sailing and fitness.

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