Beth Sealey

Paralegal

I graduated from Liverpool John Moores University in 2020 with a first-class degree in law. Following this I continued my studies at the University of Nottingham where I completed a Master of Laws including a dissertation on the effects of Artificial Intelligence on UK and international copyright laws.

I have always worked alongside my studies. For the last year I have worked in the healthcare sector during the height of the pandemic. While being challenging at times, this experience helped me to develop my independent problem-solving skills and taught me how to professionally respond to emotional situations. It was also here that I learnt about Feldon Dunsmore from a colleague and was offered the role of paralegal after completing a week's work experience.

For me, property law seemed a great fit. It has been my preferred subject throughout my education with my interests ranging from conveyancing to the international human rights perspective on adequate housing. I further enjoy the practical aspect of property law and love getting stuck into various challenges. After a warm welcome from the firm, I am looking forward to developing my legal career with Feldon Dunsmore.

Outside of work, I enjoy walking, tennis, going to the gym and eating delicious food! I also lead a very excitable Rainbows group who keep me on my toes!

If I won the lottery I would.. buy small properties, cabins or tiny homes and rent them out as unique Air BnBs – this means I will have loads of places to holiday!