Alice Newbold

Alice Newbold
Role:Trainee Solicitor, Residential Conveyancing
Speciality: Conveyancing, Property
Phone: 01926 356017

Alice works on files right through the conveyancing process, from providing quotations and taking initial instructions, opening files, raising and replying to enquiries, assisting with exchange of contracts, to post exchange and completion work and closing files. She also completes post completion tasks such as submitting applications to HM Land Registry.


Alice obtained a high 2:1 in her LLB Law degree in 2017 before then graduating from the University of Law having obtained a distinction in her LPC and LLM in 2018.

Before Alsters Kelley Solicitors Limited, she worked at a small firm in Bournemouth, which specialised in residential conveyancing, as a legal assistant. Alice assisted in all stages of the residential conveyancing process and was responsible for all post completion matters.

Alice joined Alsters Kelley in July 2018 as a paralegal in our property department in Leamington Spa before becoming a Trainee solicitor in November.


Alice is very proud to have recently been offered a training contract at Alsters Kelley Solicitors - starting on 1st November 2018 and is very much looking forward to qualifying as a solicitor.

She is a professional individual who is very enthusiastic about providing a friendly, client focussed service. While in the property department, Alice looks forward to continuing to make what can be naturally a stressful time, as stress free and exciting as possible.


Alice owns two rescue horses and enjoy spending time and caring for them. She also enjoys spending time with family, reading and walking the dog around the countryside. Also, Alice very much enjoys sewing in her spare time.


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