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Lucy Parkhouse

Trainee Solicitor

Property Litigation

Professional Background:

Lucy joined Harrison Drury in June 2022 as a paralegal, after graduating with a first-class degree in Law from the University of Liverpool and completing the Legal Practice Course with an MSc in Law, Business and Management.

Having sensed her potential in litigation, Harrison Drury were delighted to offer Lucy a training contract which commenced in September 2023; Lucy will qualify into the property litigation team in 2025. Lucy’s training contract will see her gain experience in both contentious and non-contentious areas of property law, as well as litigation in general.

Lucy is a committee member of the Westmorland Law Society and enjoys her part in organising the regular networking events in Kendal, Cumbria.

Personal Interests:

Growing up in the Middle East has given Lucy an enthusiastic appetite for travel. She has previously backpacked around Australia and New Zealand; road-tripped on the Pacific Coast Highway, California; and safaried in South Africa.

An avid reader, Lucy consumes a range of genres, focusing on contemporary fiction. Her favourite book of all time is Hanya Yanagihara’s A Little Life, and she has unashamedly gone out of her way to visit Lispenard Street, New York. Luckily, the Cumbrian weather gives Lucy ample opportunity to curl up on the sofa with a book.

Lucy follows the F1 and has attended Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. She will be heading out to Baku in April 2024 to catch another race in real-time. She still can’t decide between Mercedes and Ferrari, but is inclined to support Charles Leclerc regardless of team.


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