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Solicitor

Mai Mbye

“It is important to be professional but also approachable. I am passionate about the work I do and always adopt a pragmatic approach to ensure clients get the best possible advice and assistance.”

Mai joined Tozers’ litigation and employment team in April 2022 as a solicitor where she primarily deals with employment law matters.

She enjoys the wide range of areas covered under employment law, coupled with the fast-paced nature of the work. She finds it particularly satisfying to assist clients through tricky issues by finding solutions to enable a positive outcome to be reached.

Mai studied for her law degree in Birmingham and graduated in 2014, she then went on to complete the Legal Practice Course with a masters degree from the University of Law. She qualified as a Solicitor on 1st February 2022.

Since completing her studies, she has worked at several law firms gaining a wealth of legal experience.

In her spare time, she enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends. She likes to cook, travel, and experience different cultures. 

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