Experience & Background

Lydia is a trainee solicitor and has had experience in corporate, commercial, intellectual property and real estate transactions during her training contract. Currently in her corporate seat, Lydia handles all aspects of corporate law and has worked on a wide range of issues, including due diligence, loan facility agreements, share purchase agreements and verification work in connection with bond listings.

Lydia currently overseas the company secretarial work undertaken by Burlingtons’ company secretarial arm, Cosec Services Limited. Lydia also assists on probate matters.

With a background in the arts, she a strong interest in intellectual property and working closely with art market professionals to achieve a successful outcome for her clients. Lydia has published articles across a wide range of corporate and intellectual property topics from MiFID II to General Data Protection Regulation.

Lydia studied history of art at the University of Cambridge before obtaining an MPhil in the same subject. Prior to commencing her legal training, Lydia worked for a well-known auction house and has several years’ experience in intellectual property and art and media law. She joined Burlingtons in 2016 and is due to qualify as a solicitor with Burlingtons in June 2019.