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Gemma McKimmie

About: Gemma attended Beanfield Comprehensive School in Corby where she stayed on to do English and Business Studies at A level. On leaving school in 2000, Gemma started work at Seatons as a Legal Secretary whilst also studying for her ILEX at Tresham College. In 2006 Gemma passed her final ILEX exams and is now a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives. Gemma is now the Head of the Residential Conveyancing Department and a Director of the firm. She enjoys working in a busy and successful Conveyancing Department.

Where were you educated? Beanfield School Corby

First Job: Here at Seatons as a Legal Secretary !

Hobbies: Spending time with husband and two children Lucy and George/teaching dancing.

If you could change a law, which one would it be? Harsher sentences for serious offences

Favourite Food: Pasta

Favourite Film(s): Moulin Rouge/Romeo & Juliet

Favourite group or band: Take That

Ultimate holiday destination: Bahamas

Favourite book: Harry Potter ( Don’t laugh )

Favourite sport: Boxing

Most admired historical figure(s): Martin Luther King

Likes: Food

Dislikes: Ignorance and arrogance

Personal ambition(s): To meet Robbie Williams

What do you watch on TV? Miranda

If you won the Lottery, how would you spend it? A nice big house, a new car, holidays and a mega shopping spree!

Who is the most influential person in your life? My mum she is always there for me.

Gemma McKimmie - Seatons Solicitors - Corby

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