We are really proud of our team.
We have brought together individuals with a wide variety of backgrounds, who all believe in our firm's approach to work and have a strong desire to help our clients achieve their goals. Our lawyers are commercially focussed with an in depth understanding of the industries in which they operate including IP law, IT and technology, commercial law and employment law.
Read our team profiles below or visit the contact us page for further contact information.
Legal Cashierfind out more >
Ex-Diamond Solicitors and Moon Beever
Pat joined Waterfront in May 2012 and assists with the firm’s accounts.
Pat has been a Legal Cashier for fifteen years, having previously work for Diamond Solicitors as a Legal Cashier/Practice Manager and latterly carried out a short contract with City firm Moon Beever.
Marketing Managerfind out more >
Chloe joined Waterfront in July 2016 as Marketing Manager. She worked for 3 years as an executive at a mid-sized firm handling everything from business development, large scale social events, content writing, liaising with publications, designing collateral, developing advertising campaigns – one of which was on the underground. Other responsibilities included legal directory handling, representing the firm abroad at conferences and website maintenance. At her time at Clyde & Co she looked after the Intellectual Property team, Corporate & Corporate Insurance, while also working with Data Protection & IT.
Why did you decide to join Waterfront?
I knew I wanted to work closely with an intellectual property team again as IP is fast paced and so varied. My other desire was to work with a small firm where I could make my mark and make tangible contributions to their growth. When the position came up I could not believe how well it fitted the bill! It was evident from our first meeting that everyone here is really switched on, engaged and sincerely welcome new ideas – I couldn’t be happier to have joined.
What’s the most rewarding aspect of your job?
My most rewarding achievements are made when I leave my comfort zone. Finding that you are capable of taking on more than you thought, or reaching a level of success with a project you were previously inexperienced with, is what keeps me engaged with my work. So I would have to say -throwing myself in the deep end, learning from the experience and being able to approach the next challenge with confidence is what I find the most rewarding.
If you hadn’t become a marketing manager what career would you have liked to pursue?
I studied Psychology with a view to becoming a research assistant straight from university. After a fashion event I started running during university really took off, I realised I wanted to pursue other career paths and gain some valuable life experience before endeavouring to study human behaviour. Post degree, I worked for the largest Mental Health law firm in the UK which was certainly eye opening! It is still my long term goal to work in research but for the foreseeable future I really enjoy working in business.