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Case Study: Kemesha Lynch

Kemesha  completed her Legal Practice Course in 2004 at the Inns of Court School of Law and was awarded a Commendation.  Prior to this she obtained a upper-second class B.A degree in History/ Archaeology from the University of the West Indies.  

Kemesha commenced her Training Contract with King Prior & Co (now KPMB) in November 2006 at the Ashford office where trained in Property Law.

She then transferred to the Gravesend office in Spring 2007 to commence her training in Wills and Probate followed by further training in Commercial Property. 

Kemesha says:

‘"I am extremely delighted to be the first Trainee Solicitor that King Prior has employed. Upon qualification I intend to specialise in Commercial Property Law."

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“On behalf of myself and my family I would like to thank you for your professional care and kindness at a very difficult time.”

Probate client