Anna Bithrey

Anna Bithrey


Luton Office

01582 731161

Recent work

Anna studied her Law degree at Reading University.

After graduating from Reading, she studied the Legal Practice Course in London at the University of Law, Bloomsbury.

She trained as a Solicitor at Taylor Walton from 2016 – 2018 and has gained experience in a range of areas including Corporate, Commercial, Litigation and Private Client as well as her qualifying in Employment.

She qualified as a solicitor in September 2018.

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


Anna enjoys hiking and other outdoor pursuits and holds the Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award.

She also enjoys reading and playing the piano in her spare time.

I like to get involved in any fundraising opportunity that comes my way, most recently participating in the London North Tough Mudder along with colleagues to raise money for Rennie Grove Hospice and Keech Hospice.

What our clients say

I thoroughly enjoyed all aspects of my training contract with Taylor Walton. Whilst training at the Firm, I had experience in the Employment, Commercial Litigation, Private Client and Corporate & Commercial Departments. I am currently a Newly-qualified Solicitor based in the Employment Department.  I felt that I had a great breadth of experience in the type of work I was given and the clients I was dealing with, as well as receiving high quality training from many people throughout the Firm. However, the part that I enjoy the most is the culture at Taylor Walton.

By the time you have worked your way around all four (or three) training seats, you will know almost everybody that works at Taylor Walton. With each new office you move to, you receive a welcoming reception from everybody there. I would also say that each office, and even each department, has its own personality - these experiences has given me fantastic skills enabling me to work with a vast range of people and in different environments.

One thing which I fell Taylor Walton does extremely well is to make sure you, as a Trainee Solicitor, feel no less valued than the more senior members of staff you work with. You interact with Partners all through the day and due to the independence you are given in your training, you are able to provide valuable support to them, as well as them giving you invaluable training.