Kim Whitaker

Who Am I?

My aim is to help your business grow and succeed. I do this by ensuring you have the right protection in place and you fully understand your legal position. From a practical point of view I can liaise with you to draw up contracts and agreements to meet the needs of your business.

My primary motivation is doing good work for clients. I like a challenge and this may involve finding a solution where there is no easy resolution. I have been described as the ‘friendly’ face of the law and as very ‘un lawyer like’. I am approachable and easy to work with.

For information about me please see below.

Education & Work Experience

I studied law at College of Law and I’m a member of the Solicitors Regulation Authority which is the independent regulatory arm of the Law Society. I started my working career at Pinsent Masons where I spent over 5 years as a Trainee/Assistant Solicitor mainly working on the commercial side. Thereafter I was employed by a number of law firms and commercial companies. The latter provided me with experience as an in-house lawyer thus allowing me to gain a deeper understanding of the needs of business owners and management.

At present I work as a consultant for various law firms but I also work with individuals and companies that require my expertise. I have extensive knowledge of the IT, technology, web, consultancy and training sectors.

Away from Work

Outside of work I am interested in medieval history. I enjoy studying history of all kinds but I have a particular interest in medieval history.

Kim gave me the feeling that she was the expert in this area of law and there was no doubt in my mind I was getting the best possible advice in this situation. She also reacted super efficiently and professionally and left me in no doubt that I was in very good hands. Thank you Kim.
Lesley Everett
I have had the pleasure to work with Kim over the past few years. Kim understands our companies needs and her work is extremely professional, I have no problem recommending her to anyone that needs a great solicitor.
Mark Cohen