Lowri Bourne

I obtained my Law and Criminology degree at Swansea University in 2019 and proceeded to complete my Legal Practice Course at Swansea University in 2021.

I joined Redkite in August 2022 after a period at Graham Evans and Partners within the conveyancing department. This role allowed me to obtain valuable experience and knowledge within the legal field and put in place the foundations for me to advance in my career which I have found highly beneficial in my current role.

I found that I have always been passionate about helping people, and therefore it was after my time within the conveyancing department that I decided to venture into Personal Injury Law as it was an area where I could make a meaningful difference to peoples live by advocating for their rights and assisting them during hard challenging times.

I strive to be compassionate and endeavour to support clients in every way that I can. I understand that our clients are often facing extremely difficult circumstances, therefore it is paramount that we provide a safe space for them to express their feelings and concerns, and ultimately provide a source of support to clients during challenging situations.

In my spare time, I thoroughly enjoy keeping active such as running, walking, or attending the gym. I am a keen swimmer, and during my legal studies and my early legal career I worked as a lifeguard. I also went on to obtain my Level 2 Swimming Instructor Qualification in 2020 and continue to assist with teaching and lifeguarding during my spare time.

Our Personal Injury Department is known for its excellence and high level of experience, and we are extremely excited to be shortlisted as Catastrophic Injury Team of the Year in the Personal Injury Awards 2023.