Father’s Day is a special day to be enjoyed with children and family however unfortunately the day can be difficult for some fathers who are unable to spend the day with their child. Whilst it is hoped that parents would be able to agree the arrangements for special dates such as Father’s/Mother’s Day, Christmas, birthdays
Zarenna joined Machins in December 2021 as a paralegal in the Dispute Resolution team. She has joined our Trainee Solicitor programme and is now based in the Family team.
She graduated from the University of Leicester with a first class law degree in 2018 and completed the Legal Practice Course and Masters in Law, achieving a distinction in 2019.
Before joining Machins, she worked as an Investigator at the Financial Ombudsman Service for SMEs in the banking team.
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