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Amy Walton

Career Path: Web Insight Analyst, Jet2
Location: Leeds, UK

After graduating, I started working as a Paralegal for Freshfields Brukhaus Deringer, later moving to DLA Piper. I enjoyed working in these roles but wasn't 100% sure if I wanted to practice as a solicitor. I was chosen for a client secondment at DLA Piper which involved working as a Financial Crime Analyst. During this secondment, I realised that the analysis part of Law was what I enjoyed the most and decided to move into a purely analytical role. I then secured a role at and Jet2holidays as a Web Insight Analyst.

What are you doing now?Amy Walton

I am now working as a Website Analyst using Google products to provide insights into customer trends and behaviour across and Jet2holidays.

What was it about Northumbria that made you decide to study here?

I decided to study at Northumbria because of the practical nature of the course. Northumbria provides a hands-on experience through working in the Student Law Office which is invaluable when starting your first legal job.

What was it like studying at Northumbria?

Many of the seminars and exams at Northumbria were lifelike scenarios which were more interesting at the time, and also useful to gauge what practising would be like.

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