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Sharron Lyell

Legal Assistant

Direct Line: 0191 255 0252


Sharron Lyell
Sharron has a wide range of experience in the legal profession, having worked in almost all types of legal department. Currently she is personal secretary to the civil litigation and personal injury departments.

Sharron grew up in the Newcastle area. Having left school, she completed her secretarial training at Gateshead College. Having done this, she worked in several different roles at a number of different companies, including the Law Society in Newcastle, and a very prestigious estate agent in Mayfair. She then spent 26 years working at another Newcastle law firm, working in a variety of roles across a number of different departments.

In addition to her duties as departmental secretary, Sharron has also put in place systems to manage the admin side of the department, as well as playing an active role in marketing for civil litigation..

Sharron chose to move to Samuel Phillips as she was looking for a more energetic role. She wants to work for a company where her job would be different from day to day, where she could take on many interesting responsibilities.

Outside of the office, Sharron takes an active interest in sport; she is a brown belt in karate. She also enjoys learning about history, and is currently learning to ballroom dance.

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Office of Public Guardian – Reduced Registration Fees

April 12, 2017

In the midst of all the talk about the increase in Probate application fees, the Office of the Public Guardian (‘the OPG’) has decided to go against the grain with the welcome result of reducing fees. As of 1 April 2017, the OPG is reducing the registration fee for a Lasting Power of Attorney (‘LPA’) […]

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 The recent ruling in favour of two taxi drivers could have far reaching consequences for the UK’s rapidly expanding “gig economy”. The Employment Tribunal delivered its decision Friday 28th October setting out that Uber, a business whose success is largely due to customers use of their smartphone app and engagement of self employed drivers; should […]

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