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Ceri Dudley

SJR Class of 2009
Studied at SJR
English Language and Literature
Law
Psychology
Where after
University of Salford
Law
Ceri enrolled with us from 2007 – 2009, studying combined English, Psychology and Law. After discovering a passion for Law and receiving an A at A level Ceri decided to continue to study the subject at the University of Salford. On completion of her undergraduate degree Ceri went to Edge Hill University to complete her LLM in International Commercial Law meaning she could begin her career. Shortly after graduation Ceri joined Fletchers Solicitors in Southport and currently works in their Serious Injury team and in October 2021 qualified as a Chartered Legal Executive.
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