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Clarion is continuing to invest in developing young talent with the appointment of four more trainee solicitors.

We are delighted that Lorna Webb and Charlotte Davies, who have both been with Clarion as Paralegals, are now continuting their career with Clarion as trainees. We wish them the best of luck as they begin the next stage of their legal career. Danielle Pawson and Anouj Patel are also embarking on a two year training contract with Clarion. During this time they will all gain experience in at least four departments.

Charlotte has been a paralegal in our property team, prior to which she studied at Nottingham Trent University and completed the Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School Leeds. Charlotte's first seat is with the dispute resolution team. 

Lorna has enjoyed being a paralegal in our coporate team, after completing her studies at the University of Reading the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School. Lorna is commencing her training contract with the IP team.  

Anouj initially joins the corporate team. A graduate of the University of Sheffield, he studied LLB Law with European and International Law and undertook his LPC studies at University of Law, Leeds, which he completed in June this year.  His studies gave him the opportunity to study and work in the USA for 12 months based at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School.

Danielle's first placement is with the family team. She gained her LLB Law at University of Birmingham and went on to graduate earlier this year gaining an LPC from the University of Law, Leeds. She has previous legal experience having worked as a paralegal and as a legal assistant.  

“Every year, we select the brightest young law graduates to join our team as part of our ongoing commitment to investing in the future of the profession,” said joint managing partner Roger Hutton. “We are fortunate to have such a strong pool of talent to choose from, thanks to Yorkshire’s outstanding universities and law colleges.”