Tag Rowe
Apprentice Solicitor

Tag is an apprentice solicitor currently working in the Employment team. 

He has worked on a broad range of both advisory and litigation matters, including employment contracts, settlement agreements and defending employment tribunal claims.

Tag previously served in the British Army with the Parachute Regiment, very much preparing him for a career in the legal profession. 

During his time as a law student, Tag volunteered at a pro bono legal clinic in London assisting the members of the public with a range of legal and administrative matters.

Tag joined Stone King as an intern on the 10,000 Black Interns Programme 2023 cohort, working in various teams in across the firm. Shortly after, he joined on a permanent basis as an apprentice solicitor.

Tag is currently working towards completing his SQE to qualify as a solicitor, which he is due to complete in 2026.

Tag completed his PGDL at BPP university on a career commitment scholarship where he achieved a merit grade.

Tag studied Sport Therapy BSc at London Metropolitan University achieving a distinction grade. 

Tag is an avid footballer having only recently played at a semi-professional level. In his spare time he also enjoys reading, playing his cello and spending time with his family.

In January 2024 Tag was awarded the Alexander Paul Award for 'Most Outstanding Talent' in recognition of his commitment, motivation and dedication throughout his internship at Stone King.