Stephanie Warlow

Assistant Solicitor
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Stephanie Warlow is a Assistant Solicitor in the Occupier’s and Public Liability department at Express Solicitors, having initially joined the firm’s New Client Team in July 2014.

When asked about her role at Express, Stephanie commented: “I like working in the Occupier’s and Public Liability department as there is a lot of variety in the work you do. Everyday a new challenge faces you, this makes the job exciting and drives you to work hard and succeed. I work alongside Daniel Slade and his cases involve a lot of complex legal issues, working alongside him enables me to learn and develop new skills that will help me become a successful lawyer.”

Stephanie continued: “Working in personal injury involves having to deal with clients and families that have suffered ordeals through little or no fault of their own. Whether the suffering is a catastrophic injury that will affect someone for the rest of their life or a short term injury that has caused pain and suffering, you have to learn to balance compassion and professionalism in order to do the best for your client whilst providing excellent client care.”

Before joining Express Solicitors, Stephanie achieved a 1st Class Honours Law degree at Manchester Metropolitan University. She has also worked voluntarily as an advisor at the Citizens Advice Bureau in Wigan.

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Originally from North Nottinghamshire, Stephanie moved to Manchester to go to University and has resided here ever since, currently living in Marple.

In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys playing badminton and used to play competitively as a teenager representing Nottinghamshire County for 4 years and competing nationwide. Now she just plays socially with friends and family.

Stephanie also enjoys skiing and has visited resorts in Italy, France and Switzerland. Whilst in Manchester she takes the opportunity to practice her slope skills at the Chill Factore in Trafford.

Stephanie’s favourite quote comes from Vidal Sassoon: “The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary”.