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Graduated from the University of Leeds where she studied History
Achieved a distinction in the Graduate Diploma in Law at the University of Law
Achieved a distinction in the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law
Won the Cullimore Dutton Family Law Prize
Joined Miles & Partners
Started her training contract
Qualified as a solicitor
Approach and ethos
I care about representing vulnerable members of society.
What clients say
‘I would like to recommend Miles & Partners for their excellent work in dealing with my family matter. The lady that dealt with my case was Harriet Brame.
Harriet is a very dedicated, warm and passionate solicitor. She made sure I was always comfortable with decisions she was putting forward and stood by me in a very tough and emotional time.
Thanks so much Harriet, you really did make it so easy for me to open up and truly guided me in the most challenging time in my life, and we also got the best outcome.
I will always be truly grateful for all you and Miles & Partners Solicitors have done.’
Family law client advised by Harriet Brame
I wanted to write to you to let you know what a fantastic job Harriet has done for one of our mutual clients, a young mum with a history of addiction problems.
Harriet was instructed to represent the client at very short notice following the birth of her child. She was able to obtain detailed instructions, instruct me, then draft a very helpful response to threshold and a witness statement in just a day or two.
Most significantly she has worked tirelessly to research residential units and, after a very large number of emails and liaison with a women and children’s charity and a recovery support service, was able to secure a place for the client at a residential family support centre. This was no mean feat, given the client’s circumstances, so Harriet had to liaise further with the recovery support service whose insurers needed to give the go ahead.
Furthermore, Harriet also liaised with a drug support service who, after convening two panels, agreed to fund the client’s detox part of her assessment.
I just wanted you and your colleagues to know what a great job she has done on this case.
Lisa Peacock, barrister at Three Dr Johnson’s Buildings