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Camille Wotton (nee Bittlestone)

Partner Solicitor

Camille graduated from the University of the West of England in 2015 with an LLB (Hons) degree in Law.  She then worked within the Family department at Scott Richards as an Assistant for six months before leaving to study for the Legal Practice Course (LPC) and the Master of Laws (LLM) degree at Exeter University.

Having completed her LPC, Camille returned in the role of Trainee Solicitor.  Camille qualified as a Solicitor on 1st August 2019.  She works in the Private Client Department.

Camille was promoted to Partner in October 2023.

In her spare time, she enjoys running and walking the dogs on the beach.

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Camille Bittlestone


"We were very pleased with your service, already recommended your firm to other friends whom have now booked an appointment with your firm."

D & A Shipley

"Having worked as a company director, accountancy officer and at Harold Michelmore & Co as financial support to the Partners and the firm for 20 years, I have experience of professional and business operations. The experience of my wife & myself was friendly and informative from first contact. I was most impressed with Camille Wotton's contact with us. I would not hesitate to use you in the future."

T Babb

"Camille provided us with the highest level of customer service. We found her to be a highly dedicated professional who inspires trust and confidence. Many thanks for the excellent service."

D Evans

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