Curtis joined Edwin Coe LLP as an Associate in September 2016. Curtis trained and was a Paralegal at Tulloch & Co, focusing on Corporate Law, followed by a year secondment at Boodle Hatfield where he completed seats in Litigation and Commercial Property.
Curtis graduated from the University of Kent, having attained a 2:1 in Law. He completed his LPC at the University of Law and obtained a distinction.
Curtis is experienced in debt recovery including recovery of arrears, possession claims and Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 lease renewals.
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