Charlotte grew up in England and then South Africa, and emigrated to Australia in 2008. Charlotte graduated with a BA in 1999 majoring in English Literature and Philosophy. In 2001, Charlotte obtained an LLB degree and commenced her legal career as a trainee solicitor and continued her studies with a post-graduate diploma in Practical Legal Training. Her traineeship ended in 2003 when Charlotte was admitted as an attorney to the High Court of South Africa. Thereafter, Charlotte commenced her professional career specifically in the areas of commercial and family litigation, ultimately working for a large capital city law firm and managing a bank debt recovery and foreclosures section within a very busy commercial litigation division of the firm. Her career as a solicitor in South Africa ended when Charlotte emigrated to Australia at the end of 2008. In 2009 Charlotte commenced studies through the Legal Profession Admission Board at the University of Sydney and qualified to practice law in the Supreme Court of Australia in October 2011. In February 2014, after taking time off to raise her children, Charlotte opened the doors of Pelican Solicitors, which firm specifically focuses in the areas of conveyancing, estate planning and business matters. Charlotte loves her work and and strives to give her clients an exceptional legal service.
Charlotte enjoys reading, gardening and bush walking.
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