Sharing our expertise

We’re really happy to welcome Imogen Taylor to the IDR Law team, as our new, and first ever, secondee.

Imogen is eighteen months into her training contract with Wrigleys Solicitors in Leeds. Wrigleys specialise in private client work and non-contentious probate – Imogen has come to us to gain experience in the contentious probate sector.

At IDR Law, we are a firm of specialists dealing solely with inheritance dispute. There’s not much we haven’t experienced in terms of conflicts over estates, and we are always happy to support others by sharing our knowledge and expertise.

Imogen comments: “I chose IDR Law because I’d heard about the brilliant work that they do, and I know they are a firm of contentious probate specialists. I sent a tentative email to Martin Holdsworth to ask if a secondment in his firm were possible and I’m really happy he said yes!”

Imogen worked in political communications for a year before studying Law. She has an undergraduate degree in Politics, an MA in Political Communication and studied her GDL and LPC at the University of Law in Leeds.

Imogen comments: “I’m interested in private client work as well as property. I’m really happy to be on secondment at IDR law and I’m looking forward to broadening my knowledge and putting some of the theory I’ve learned into practice. I’m especially looking forward to learning more about the adversarial work they do and gaining more experience of conflict resolution.”

Martin Holdsworth, founder and Director of IDR Law comments: “Imogen is already working with us on a group litigation action following a landmark ruling secured previously. We’re delighted to support her on her path to qualification as a solicitor at a great law firm.”

IDR Law is an approachable, boutique, firm and the only one in the country dealing solely with inheritance dispute resolution. Whether you’re a law firm, or an individual who feels they would benefit from our expertise, get in touch here, email us at enquiries@idrlaw.co.uk or call on 01423 637050.

 

< Return to Blog