Michaela joined Hibberts in 2014 following a summer university placement. Michaela obtained a Law with Management degree from Aston University and then went on to complete the Legal Practice Course part time at BPP in Liverpool whilst working full time at Hibberts.
Michaela completed her training with Hibberts in March 2020 and qualified as a Solicitor specialising in Private Client work. She deals with all areas of Private Client work, including drafting Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and dealing with the administration of estates and is currently completing the STEP Diploma in Trusts and Estates.
Michaela was recently the Vice Chair and Law Society Liaison Representative of the Cheshire and North Wales Junior Lawyers Division.
In her spare time, Michaela enjoys travelling and socialising with friends.
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