- Coralie McKeivor – Chair
- Katherine Roe – Treasurer
- Lucy Baldwin
- Rhiannon Morgan-Williams
- Charlotte Webb
- Kate Hather
- Lucia Mills
- Megan Roxburgh
- Helen Cuéllar
- Monika Auguscik
Coralie McKeivor – Chair
Coralie is an associate at CMS and specialises in Commercial Property (Real Estate). Coralie qualified in 2014 after completing her training contract at Davies and Partners Solicitors. Prior to joining CMS, Coralie worked in the Real Estate teams at Simmons & Simmons LLP and Foot Anstey LLP.
Coralie is also a member of the Bristol Law Society Council (since 2014) and has been Hon. Secretary since 2018.
Coralie was invited to join the WLD Committee in 2016 by Diana. Coralie became Chair of WLD in July 2018.
Katherine Roe – Treasurer
Katherine is a Solicitor at Wards Solicitors specialising in Private Client work. Katherine qualified as a Solicitor in 2000 having completed a Law Degree at Bristol University. She worked initially for a firm in Swindon before moving to Wards 8 years ago.
Katherine first joined the Association of Women Solicitors (now WLD Bristol) in 2010 after attending their first AGM. She became Treasurer in 2013 and is responsible for membership as well as all things financial.
Outside of work Katherine has two boys as a result of which most weekends are spent on the side-lines of a muddy wet football pitch, or otherwise trying to wear them out with other activities! Given the opportunity, other interests include the cinema, snowboarding and drinking wine!
Lucy Baldwin – Committee Member
Lucy is a Costs Lawyer at Paragon Costs Solutions. Lucy began her career working for a medico-legal company before starting her career in costs in 2008. Lucy originally specialised in Personal injury and Court of Protection matters, but now focuses in dealing with a variety of claims arising from Commercial Litigation. She regularly prepares bills of costs, schedules, estimates and statements of costs as well as having prepared a number of detailed and complex costs budgets.
Lucy joined WLD Bristol in 2013 after their Tea and Tiffin event in aid of the charity One25. She became a member of the committee at the AGM in June 2015.
In her free time Lucy loves walking and is an occasional runner. She also signed up with a number of her colleagues to take part in Tough Mudder 2015.
Charlotte Webb – Committee Member
Charlotte is a Solicitor at Royds Withy King in Bath. She specialises in personal injury and represents Claimants with brain and spinal injuries. Charlotte previously worked for a national law firm specialising in representing clients with catastrophic injuries before joining Royds Withy King in March 2016.
Charlotte was introduced to the WLD by a colleague and later joined the committee in the summer of 2017.
Outside of work, Charlotte enjoys live music and is a regular gig attendee. She is also active in local politics.
Kate Hather – Committee Member
Kate is the Practice Manager for the Employment and Discrimination team at Guildhall Chambers where her focus is on Business Development for her team. Kate joined Guildhall Chambers in 2018 following a 25-year career in publishing for Thoemmes Press, Jordan Publishing and LexisNexis as a Publishing Manager and Content Developer.
Kate became a joint member of the WLD committee in 2019. Outside of work, Kate enjoys live music, very occasionally being a film and tv extra, horse riding and yoga.
Lucia Mills – Committee Member
Lucia works as a solicitor for Wards Solicitors specialising in property disputes between unmarried couples and also contentious probate. Lucia qualified into family law in 2009 and moved to the litigation department in 2013 when she returned to work after her first maternity leave. Lucia joined WLD in 2016 and became a joint member of the committee in 2017.
Outside work Lucia has two young children who keep her very busy and when she gets a moment’s peace enjoys baking!
Megan Roxburgh – Committee Member
Meg is a Costs Lawyer at Paragon Costs Solutions, qualifying on 1 August 2017. Meg routinely deals with the full detailed assessment process on all manner of costs proceedings including: personal injury; clinical negligence; subrogated recovery; banking and finance; judicial review and solicitor client claims. Meg also deals with the costs management process, both Claimant and Defendant; regularly preparing costs budgets, Precedent R’s and negotiating on costs budgets.
Meg joined the WLD committee in October 2017. Outside of work she enjoys seeing the world and spending time with friends and her very large and extended family.