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  • Overview

    We warmly welcome Helen who joined Thomson Snell & Passmore earlier this month. Helen is an associate in our expanding, specialist probate team and was previously with Coole Bevis.

    Helen shares some of her thoughts and interests below.

    Q: What is your favourite town or city?

    A: Venice.
     

    Q: What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?

    A: A good friend of mine once said – “What doesn’t break you, makes you!”
     

    Q: What has been the highlight of your professional career so far?

    A: Joining Thomson Snell & Passmore!
     

    Q: What was the last book you read?

    A: The Road to Little Dribbling by Bill Bryson.
     

    Q: If you hadn’t decided to be a lawyer, what would you have been?

    A: An architect. I just love the whole idea of creating something that lasts.
     

    Q: How do you like to spend your spare time?

    A: Trying new recipes, walking my two dogs on the Downs, listening to music, doing yoga and learning to kayak.
     

    Q: If you could have dinner with any one person, living or dead, who would it be?

    A: Stephen Fry, he's a real character, an intellect and has razor wit.
     

    Q: What advice would you give to anyone who wants to become a lawyer?

    A: Always keep a cool head no matter what.
     

    Q: If you could take only two items with you to a deserted island what would they be?

    A: My two dogs called Bandit and Barney. They are both Heinz 57 and were rescue dogs from the Kit Wilson Trust at Hadlow Down.
     

    Q: What’s the least known fact about you?

    A: I am half Italian.  My father is Italian, my mother British.

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