Sana Farooq

Trainee Solicitor
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Sana Farooq is a Trainee Solicitor at Express Solicitors, having initially joined the firms New Client Team in January 2014.

Working alongside Richard Lowery, Sana’s role involves assisting with serious injury files, meaning that the cases are often complex. The cases involve all types of injury work but in particular are made up of serious Employer’s Liability, RTA and Occupier’s Liability cases.

When asked about her role at Express, Sana commented: “Working closely with Richard will allow me to gain an expansive amount of knowledge. Richard deals with serious injuries that often have a life changing impact for the victim, so helping clients to claim compensation and rebuild their lives following an accident is very rewarding.”

Sana sees her organisations skills as her biggest strength, she explains: “During my time in the New Client Team, I was asked to write the section on tasks in the training manual and also delivered this training to new starters. Strong organisation skills enable me to complete tasks effectively and efficiently. It is important that client’s cases are progressed as quickly as possible, after all this is one of the reasons clients choose ‘Express Solicitors’.”

Before joining Express Solicitors, Sana completed a Law degree and she is currently studying the Legal Practice Course on a part-time basis at BPP Law School, where she has achieved distinctions in the Property Law, Practice, and Business Law modules.

Sana has completed an internship at a city centre firm specialising in clinical negligence cases. She has also worked in customer service roles at Manchester United Football Club and Santander.

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Sana enjoys travelling and in the past couple of years she has travelled to Paris, Marrakech and Istanbul. She enjoys experiencing different cultures and hopes to travel the world in the near future.

Sana also has a keen interest in dance, and enjoys spending time with her friends and family.

Sana’s favourite quote comes from Eleanor Roosevelt: “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”