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Email: Fabienne.Cuthbert@bpcollins.co.uk

Experience:

Fabienne graduated from the University of Sheffield with a 1:1 in Law, winning the prize for the best results in her final year, and the award for the best performance in Family Law. 

Prior to starting at B P Collins, Fabienne worked at a local firm for 8 months and has three years of Pro Bono experience.

Outside the Office:

In her spare time Fabienne enjoys running, playing hockey, and being walked by her super-sized Weimaraner.

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