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Contact Alexandra Breare
Alexandra is a Paralegal within our ever expanding Court of Protection department.
Education & career
Alexandra studied Psychology at Leeds University, graduating in 2009, before going onto complete a Master’s degree in Memory and its Disorders, also at Leeds. In 2018 she took up Law at the Open University and then went onto study for her Legal Practice Certificate at the University of Law, finishing in 2019.
Alexandra’s passion for law was discovered through working for the Alzheimer’s Society as a support worker, providing emotional and practical advice to people with dementia and their families. The role involved reviewing a client’s financial and legal position and inspired her to study law.
She joined the Court of Protection department here at Potter Rees Dolan in 2021 as a Paralegal, and is one of the first points of contact for our clients and their family members, ensuring they feel supported. What is Alexandra most looking forward to in her new Court of Protection role?
"Helping and supporting clients maintain their independence.”
Outside of work...
Outside of work Alexandra enjoys partaking in a spot of archery and is a member of her local club. Alexandra also enjoys baking and going out for meals.
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