Mogers Drewett’s Bath office has moved. Our new address is: St James House, The Square, Lower Bristol Road, Bath, BA2 3BH.

Lucy Cotterell

Human Resources Consultant Employment | Bath
Office: 01225 750000

Call Lucy

I have 20 years experience in HR and joined Mogers Drewett in January 2017.

I have 20 years experience in HR and worked at Director level for over 9 years for a regional Further Education College. My experience includes responsibility for HR across all functions including Resourcing, Relations, Reward and development at both operational and strategic level.

I like to provide practical solutions to people related issues and help with ensuring HR is aligned to organisational objectives.

My approach is consultative, practical and balanced between meeting organisational and individual needs.
 
I live in Bath with my husband and young son. I enjoy cooking, holidays in north Devon and spending time with my family.

 

« Back to team

Latest news

featured post image

FAQs About Litigation and Dispute Resolution: My parent has left their estate to the Cats and Dogs Home. What can I do?

Unfortunately, it is more common than you might expect for children to be cut out of their parents’ Wills, leaving them with no inheritance. In this mini blog, Contentious Probate specialist Luke Watson explains the legal options available to children who want to make a claim against their parents’ estate. In many European countries “forced…

Read more >
featured post image

FAQs about Litigation and Dispute Resolution: I am concerned about the validity of a Will. Can I contest it?

The number of contested Wills and disputes about mental capacity is set to increase in future years. The main contributing factors are the UK’s ageing population and the rise in the number of people who suffer from dementia. When you also take into consideration an increase in property values and more complicated family arrangements, these…

Read more >
featured post image

Cohabitation Nation: Cohabitation Agreements

The concept of a ‘common law spouse’ is not recognised under English Law. This means that often people mistakenly believe that the law offers cohabitating couples protection, especially when they have been in a relationship for a number of years. However, the law treats married couples and cohabiting couples differently. It is important for cohabiting…

Read more >