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Erin May

Legal Secretary

Direct Line: 0191 255 0220

Erin May
Erin is an experienced legal secretary and provides secretarial support to Jennifer Goldstein in the Family Department and Chris Anderson and Naren Deen in the Non-Contentious department. Erin has experience in all aspects of law including, conveyancing, commercial, wills & Probate, employment and civil litigation.

Erin is from Wardley in Gateshead. She went to Heworth Grange Comprehensive School, followed by Gateshead College. Currently she is a member of ILEX Tutorial College, where she is working towards becoming a legal executive, and is in the process of completing her level 3 Diploma.

Erin began her legal career in 2008 as a legal secretary at a Newcastle Law firm, working in employment and commercial departments.

In 2011 Erin moved to Swinburne & Jackson LLP initially employed as partners secretary and progressed through the firm to become a paralegal in the conveyancing department.

Erin joined Samuel Philips in February 2014 as a Legal Secretary providing support to the Family and Non-Contentious departments.

Erin has experience in assisting in Conveyancing, commercial and employment transactions. She has excellent communication and organisational skills and likes to get the job done.

Erin is currently working towards becoming a legal executive with ilex, and is in the process of completing her level 3 Diploma.

In her spare time, Erin enjoys traveling, arts and crafts, baking and going to the gym.

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