Sunnia started working for Clements Solicitors as a Paralegal in 2019 after working in top-tier law firms in Manchester.
Sunnia qualified as a Solicitor with Clements Solicitors in October 2020.
Sunnia’s background includes having completed her Legal Practice Course and Masters in Law, Business and Management at the University of Law in Manchester, whilst working in the City. She also completed her Professional Skills Course online amidst the pandemic.
In her undergraduate degree, Sunnia elected to do Family Law and has had prior experience with this type of work in a high street law firm before she joined Clements Solicitors.
Sunnia also elected to study Employment Law in her Legal Practice Course, achieving a distinction in the module.
Sunnia has an extensive legal background and had experience in dealing with an array of legal matters before qualifying as a Solicitor.
Most recently, at Clements Solicitors, Sunnia has undertaken work relating to children law, matrimonial law and employment law. Sunnia has advised and assisted clients on child arrangement orders, divorce petitions and employment disputes and settlements. Although Sunnia primarily works on employment matters, she has a keen interest in children law, in particularly child arrangement matters.
Sunnia is bilingual and is fluent in English and Bengali (Sylheti dialect). In her spare time, Sunnia enjoys travelling abroad with her friends and family. She also enjoys swimming, cooking and baking.