Emily Jayne Crick
Associate Service areas: Commercial & Agricultural Property

Emily trained with Co-op Legal Services in their London and Manchester based offices, undertaking seats in Family Law and Probate, and qualified as a solicitor in 2016.
Upon qualification Emily moved to Stockport based firm, Gorvins, joining the Family department as an associate.
In 2018 Emily moved to the North East and worked at Silk Family Law for a time before embarking on a new challenge in 2019, retraining into property law. In 2020 Emily joined the Commercial and Agricultural Property department at BHP Law, having spent some time assisting the Family and Residential Conveyancing teams, and was promoted to associate in 2022.

Qualifications: LLB (Hons) Law with European Legal Systems: University of East Anglia, Norwich and LPC at College of Law, Bloomsbury, London (now University of law) (private and commercial)

Year admitted as a solicitor: 2016

Professional memberships: Resolution, an organisation for family lawyers who agree to work together in a way which is constructive and aids in resolving matters outside of the court process.

Charitable/pro bono work: Emily has previously worked pro bono at Law Centres and volunteered for Street Law, a programme designed to spark an interest in the law in children. She volunteered as an independent visitor for the National Youth Advocacy Service and National Probation Service while at university.

Articles/Publications: “Social Media and the Associated Pitfalls” published in the Family Law journal and her comments were referenced in the Sunday Times article, “Social Media is Spying on You” published in 2019.

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