Maureen Brown

About: Maureen grew up in Corby and when she left school, she studied for a law degree at University in Newcastle and was awarded an LLB(Honours) in 1984 .Maureen went on to pass the Law Society Professional Exams and spent two years as an Articled Clerk with a local firm, qualifying as a solicitor in 1988 and joined Seatons in 2006.

Maureen has practiced family and child care law since qualifying and has been a member of the Law Society’s Children Panel. Maureen is a member of Resolution.

Where were you educated? Our Lady and Pope John School Corby, Northumbria University

First Job: Woolworths

Hobbies: Reading, Sudoku, playing badminton

Favourite Food: Chinese

Favourite Film(s): Seven and Now Voyager

Favourite group or band: The Jam

Ultimate holiday destination: Italy

Favourite book: The Kite Runner

Favourite sport: Badminton and Tennis

Most admired historical figure(s): Emily Pankhurst

Likes: The English Summer time

Dislikes: Bad service and queuing

Personal ambition(s): To always be fair

What do you watch on TV? Grey’s Anatomy

If you won the Lottery, how would you spend it? Wisely.

Who is the most influential person in your life? My husband

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