Liz studied law at St John’s College, Oxford before joining City firm Lovell White Durrant (now Hogan Lovells) in 1988. During her articles there she was seconded to the premises of the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) (in liquidation) to assist the Liquidators in the realisation of commercial property assets. In 1994 she moved to Bristol and joined the commercial property department of Burges Salmon. Here she acquired general commercial property experience, and acted for Train Operating Companies (including Great Western) in the privatisation of British Rail.
In order to achieve a better work/life balance after having children, Liz began working as a freelance Solicitor, and has dealt with the management of sizeable units on industrial estates for substantial investor clients; she also has extensive experience of dealing with leasehold retail high street premises and out of town retail parks for both landlords and tenants.
Liz joined Star Legal in 2013, where she works, part-time, in the Nailsea Office. Liz lives at the foot of the Mendips and often can be found out dog walking with friends. She also enjoys baking and gardening, although the latter only in fair weather! She likes cycling and skiing, or, on less energetic days, curling up with a good book!