Motor commerce legislation agency Lawgistics is in mourning after the loss of life this week of 30-year-old senior authorized adviser Stephanie Strachan.

She had labored on the Cambridgeshire-based legislation agency since 2015, after barrister coaching at Metropolis College and a legislation diploma on the College of Hull.

She leaves behind her husband Jamie Strachan, who works at AM100 motor retailer Vindis Group, and their two younger youngsters, Pippa and Myles.

Stephanie, who was born with a coronary heart situation, died on Monday after being admitted to hospital with respiratory difficulties.

Her colleague Philip Strickland paid public tribute to her, noting that she had shortly established a repute as a hard-working, thorough, skilled colleague who was standard with purchasers.

“All at Lawgistics will enormously miss her heat, infectious smile, laughter and smart counsel,” Strickland added.

‘Whereas Stephanie at all times was capable of tailor her recommendation to match the consumer’s wants, she by no means compromised or flinched from tough points, and was capable of distil complicated issues into palatable and simply understood recommendation.”

Previous to becoming a member of Lawgistics, she had labored on the Residents’ Recommendation Bureau, first as an adviser then as a supervisor, and it was right here that she gained expertise of buying and selling requirements, employment and client safety legislation which made her “a really perfect match” for Lawgistics, he stated.

It’s the second tragedy for Lawgistics in 2020. In July its founder and managing director David Coombes died, aged 72, following a lengthy battle with ill health.