Laura Tettmar-Saleh

Private Client - Solicitor

Harpenden Office

T01582 765111
ELaura.Tettmar-Saleh@taylorwalton.co.uk

Laura has a degree in International Relations from Leeds University and completed the Graduate Diploma in Law in Plymouth. Most recently, she completed the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in London with distinction and received the Hertfordshire Law Society 2018 prize for the trainee solicitor with the highest LPC grade.

Laura completed her training contract with Taylor Walton; working in the Corporate & Commercial, Family and Commercial Litigation departments as well as in the Private Client department.  Laura gained experience in contentious trusts and probate matters during her time in the Litigation department.

Laura has experience in estate planning and Will preparation, probate matters and the preparation and registration of Lasting Powers of Attorney.

Laura is currently a member of Hertfordshire Law Society, Hertfordshire Law Society Junior Division and the Law Society.

 

 
 
 

What our clients say

Taylor Walton usually has between five and seven trainees spread over the two year duration of the Training Contract, so it’s easy for the Trainees to get to know each other quickly.  As the Trainees are split between the Firm’s three offices, we try to get together every couple of months to catch up, share experiences and exchange tips for each new training seat.  The Trainees often get involved in regional social activities which is a great way to get to know young lawyers at other local firms.  The Hertfordshire Junior Lawyers Division (JLD)  is quite active and we often try to attend their events; the annual charity quiz is popular!


Taylor Walton has a monthly ‘Friday @ 5’ event where everyone is encouraged to knock of early and head down to the pub to unwind.  There is also the annual cricket match (although last year it was rained off due to it clashing with the only rainy day in July!), and arguably the highlight of the year, the Christmas Party which for the last few years has been held at a local county house with dinner, dancing and a casino!


The firm is keen to support local charities and this is often used as a good excuse to have some fun with colleagues whilst raising money for a good cause.  Entering a team into the ‘Tough Mudder’ challenge has become an annual event, but for those who are slightly less adventurous, the local legal walks are always well attended.