ELLIE D’ALTON

Trainee Solicitor

Ellie joined Bray & Krais as a paralegal in March 2022 and accepted a training contract with the firm in June 2022.

Following a semester studying at Sciences Po in Paris, Ellie graduated from the University of Bath in 2019 with a BA in Politics and French and went on to obtain her Postgraduate Diploma in Law at BPP Law School in 2021. Prior to joining Bray & Krais, Ellie gained various legal and commercial experience working across the music, sporting, and live event sectors.

At Bray & Krais, Ellie assists fee earners across the firm on a variety of matters and shall continue to do so on a full-time basis while completing the Legal Practice Course.

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