Harriet Williams is among the first cohort of Law
students to graduate from the University of Worcester.
Harriet, age 21, from Stourbridge, earned First Class Honours in her degree and is now working as a paralegal at a firm of Solicitors in Birmingham.
“My graduation is an exciting time,” said the former Haybridge Sixth Form pupil. “It marks both an ending and a beginning; it’s warm memories of the past and my big dreams for the future.”
She continued: “After finishing my degree, I wanted to get some practical experience and felt obtaining a position as a paralegal would allow me to do so. In September 2020 I plan to complete the Legal Practice Course and after that I am hoping to gain a training contract with a firm, ideally dealing in Corporate law. This process will then allow me to become a qualified Solicitor.”
Harriet praised the University of Worcester and her lecturers for their support during her studies.
“Worcester University has such a welcoming feel, I always felt like I was part of a team when studying there,” she said. “They offer amazing facilities on all campuses and provide support all year round (not just during exam periods). I am so proud that I attended Worcester University. The opportunities Worcester provided me with allowed me to connect with individuals in the profession I hoped to be in, it made the transition so much easier.”