I'm new to this forum and have a question. I was reading a book last night and a sentence jarred with me a little. As this is my 'go to' website for grammar, I thought I would join the network and ask for feedback (I feel that my grammar has gone to pot as I've got older!).
The sentence described how the narrator had worked with someone previously as follows:
'I had a brief meeting with the features editor, a busy, somewhat tightly wound, impossibly chic older woman who I'd worked successfully with before.'
I was wondering if it should/could have read: "... worked with successfully before ..."
If both are correct, why might you choose one over another?