Stephanie Clark


Stephanie Clark

Trainee Solicitor


Degree Studied (Grade)

LLB with Professional Placement Hons (2:1)

University Attended

Brunel University

LPC Establishment

University of Law (Guildford)

Languages Spoken

English, German 


I became a Trainee Solicitor in September 2017 and currently work in the Residential Property Department.  I continuing to develop the skills and knowledge acquired during my time as a paralegal and my work within the residential conveyancing team has enabled me to assist on transactions involving first time buyers, probate sales, to high value sale and purchases, as well as lease extensions and variations, transfers of equity and re-mortgages.

My interest in being a part of McMillan Williams came about through their reputation for providing outstanding client care and delivering legal expertise. I am keen to contribute to the work of the firm and its expansion, promoting its vision of making legal advice both accessible and affordable.

The company, across its many offices, prides itself on being one firm, and one that cares about the training and development of its employees. I am proud to work for a company whic maintains strong links within the community, through its charitable work and other projects.

I am looking forward to developing my legal career with McMillan Williams, and furthering the skills acquired from my time as an undergraduate and throughout my Legal Practice Course.

I am thrilled to be a part of the MW family, and look forward to contributing towards the success of the company.

Career Achievements

I was fortunate enough to participate in McMillan Williams’ prestigious Advocacy Competition in 2017.

I am very honoured with the feedback which our team has received from clients who have been pleased with the high standard of client care and expertise, and return time and time again.

Work in the Community / Pro Bono Work

McMillan Williams South Croydon participate in annual bake sales to raise money for The Prince’s Trust, a charity which assists young people in the community.

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