Katie started her career in law as a paralegal in personal injury litigation, 10 years ago. She has now been a qualified solicitor for six years and has a wealth of experience in litigation. Katie also acquired her Higher Rights of Audience upon qualification as she wanted to be able to offer her clients advocacy as well as sound legal advice.
She is a fluent welsh speaker and understands the importance of providing clients with a professional service in their native language.
When not in work, Katie's young son keeps her on her toes.
She is a keen cyclist and has completed a number of sportives. Her cycling events are often used to help her raise money for Bowel Cancer UK, a charity which her family has been successful in raising over £100,000 for over the past ten years.
Katie is also a volunteer board member at Crest Co-Operative, a local not-for-profit organisation. She was asked to join the board some 18 months ago and is proud to be connected with an organisation which is so active in supporting its local community, through re-use initiatives as well as retraining and employment opportunities.