After completing his GCSEs and A-Levels at The Harvey Grammar School in Folkestone, James completed his law degree at Keele University in Staffordshire, graduating with 2:1 honours in 2014.
James then undertook the Legal Practice Course and LLM in Professional Legal Practice in 2016-17 with the University of Law in Chester, achieving a Distinction.
Throughout that time, James offered voluntary assistance to several university initiatives and the Personal Support Unit, a national charity providing vital free legal help to individuals who would otherwise face court proceedings alone.
James gained further experience in property and private client matters before joining Furley Page’s Vulnerable Client team in July 2018 as a Legal Assistant. In Autumn 2019, he then began his period of recognised training as a Trainee Solicitor.
In previous training seats, James undertook work in a variety of contentious matters in the Dispute Resolution team and a range of property transactions within the Residential Property team in Whitstable.
For his final training seat, James has returned to the Vulnerable Client team to consolidate his experience in Court of Protection work.
- Canterbury Young Professionals
- Kent Law Society