Meet Anna

by | Mar 28, 2019

Anna originally comes from the Czech Republic and has lived in London for over nineteen years. Anna has previously worked as a translator and interpreter for the majority of her career, with a few years break in between, where she ran a successful property venture over in the Czech Republic. She could be considered a relative newcomer to the legal sector after she has decided on a career change following the recent political events.

Anna joined our team in the summer of 2018 and is a member of the Litigation, Commercial and Family department, where she works as a paralegal. She has proven herself a very determined and valuable member of our team. She is very passionate about the subject of law, especially Family law and is very eager to gain a deeper knowledge and understanding of this area. Anna is currently studying for the CILEx Level 3 Diploma in Law and Legal Skills, focusing specifically on Civil Litigation and Family Law.

In her spare time Anna loves skiing, bouldering and rock climbing. She particularly enjoys training lead climbing at the Castle Climbing Centre at the weekends, although, her favourite sport is the ice climbing, where she can test the latest super light carbon ice axes and other exciting winter equipment in beautiful locations around Europe.


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