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Charlotte Armstrong's Profile Picture
Charlotte is a solicitor assisting Richard Meeran in the international department.
Charlotte undertook her training contract at the firm from 2016 to 2018. Shortly before commencing her training contract Charlotte joined the firm in a paralegal capacity to assist on a case in the international department. As part of this case, Charlotte travelled to Sierra Leone to assist in the finalisation of the lead claimants’ factual witness statements. 
Her first seat was then in the clinical negligence department, where she assisted Henry Dyson on a wide range of high value cases including birth injury claims, brain and spinal injury claims, claims as a result of a delay in diagnosis of cancer and other serious physical and psychiatric illnesses. Charlotte also assisted on cases representing families at inquests where relatives had died as a result of poor medical care. 
Charlotte spent her second seat in the human rights department, where she assisted Sean Humber on a mixture of prison law and data protection cases. She also worked on the case of R v Black which was heard in the Supreme Court in late 2017.  
Prior to joining Leigh Day, Charlotte graduated from the University of Manchester with a First Class degree in English Literature. She then went on to complete her GDL and LPC at the University of Law in Leeds, obtaining a Distinction in both of these courses. 
Following her undergraduate degree, Charlotte spent time working for a human rights organisation in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

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