Rachel joined the Leasehold Enfranchisement Team at Mayo Wynne Baxter in September 2016 having recently finished her degree.
Rachel is passionate about charity work and prior to joining Mayo Wynne Baxter she volunteered at a local organisation that provided advocacy for disabled individuals who want their voice heard in Government and a small international development organisation that worked in India and Africa.
Rachel is a paralegal in the niche area of Leasehold Enfranchisement and her role includes assisting the lead solicitor with varying aspects of enfranchisement transactions, including lease extension and freehold purchases/sales.
Rachel is often the first point of call for clients and manages the administrative aspects of an enfranchisement transaction.
Rachel has a particular interest in matters that require applications to the First Tier Property Tribunal. She enjoys the preparation of the Tribunal applications and obtaining the best possible result for the client.
Rachel is currently studying for a Masters in Globalisation: Politics, Conflict and Human Rights outside of work, but also enjoys socialising with friends and family, yoga and swimming. Rachel plans to take up sea swimming in the near future.
The communication is outstanding. The people are personable and when a key member of staff is away or unavailable there is always a well informed deputy to answer any questions. It is a pleasure dealing with you. Jo Ironside and Rachel Woodbridge deserve special mention.