Amelia Beringer

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I graduated from Cambridge University (Robinson College), with a degree in Geography before obtaining an LLB from the University of Law. I then spent 18 months working at Surrey Law Centre in Guildford before joining Gordon Dadds as a trainee in September 2011. I now work in the Private Client Department and am a trustee of the Gordon Dadds Charitable Foundation. I am a student member of STEP and currently studying the STEP Certificate and Diploma in Trusts and Estates.

When not advising clients, I can be found playing the bassoon, swimming, boating on the Helford River or watching London Irish play rugby.

What is your most interesting legal experience?

The 18 months I spent working as a volunteer in Surrey Law Centre before starting my legal career as a trainee, as it taught me the importance of treating everyone with equal respect, irrespective of the circumstances. I dealt directly with homeless and disadvantaged clients and also organised a fundraising dinner in the House of Lords which raised over £10,000 for the Law Centre.

What is your career highlight?

My most notable professional experience so far was acting in the transfer of a collection of antiquarian artefacts to an overseas national museum (with Hugh Elder and Deborah Evans) and watching it being packed up.

STEP Student member – STEP Certificate and Diploma in Trusts and Estates

Surrey Law Centre

University of Law LLB

Robinson College, University of Cambridge, BA Hons

 

 

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Recognised in Citywealth’s Future Leaders List 2016 and 2017.

Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners (STEP)

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7518 0248

Email: ameliaberinger@gordondadds.com

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