Lawyer Laura shows her will-power

Lawyer Laura Brydon, of Cramlington, with Gordon Brown Law Firm partner Rebecca Harbron-Gray.
Lawyer Laura Brydon, of Cramlington, with Gordon Brown Law Firm partner Rebecca Harbron-Gray.
0
Have your say

Where there’s a will, there’s a way for lawyer Laura Brydon.

The 30-year-old, of Cramlington, has joined Gordon Brown Law Firm’s wills, trusts and probate department. Her recruitment brings the number of people working for the team at the firm’s Newcastle and Chester-le-Street offices to seven.

Laura said: “I get real satisfaction from working in this area of law.”

“Having worked with private clients as a paralegal and experienced other aspects of law during my career, I know this is the area for me.

“There is real variety in my day-to-day work as it is so diverse, and I get to have a lot of client contact, which makes the job so worthwhile and rewarding.

“I see making the move to Gordon Brown Law Firm as a natural progression of my career as it is such a renowned firm with a great reputation and further opportunity for continued professional development.”

Laura graduated in law at Sunderland University and has a master’s degree from Northumbria University.

She began her career with Sunderland firm Longden Walker and Renney, initially training as a paralegal before qualifying as a solicitor.

Rebecca Harbron-Gray, head of the wills team, said: “We are very happy to have Laura on our team.

“As well as the process of Laura joining Gordon Brown being natural for her, it was natural for our team as well. She fits in perfectly and is already proving popular with clients.

“We are looking forward to working with her as the team continues to go from strength to strength.”