We are continuing to invest in developing young talent with the appointment of eight trainee solicitors and paralegals.
Phoebe Croyston; Rachael Stockley; Kelly Hand; and Matthew Smith are the latest recruits to embark on a two year training contract with Clarion during which time they will gain experience in at least four departments. In addition, Danielle Johnson; Grace Allison; and Adriana Negrici; have joined the firm as paralegals.
Phoebe joins as a trainee solicitor in the litigation team; previously she worked for HSBC as a paralegal. Rachael, who will work in the commercial team, was a paralegal at a law firm in Sheffield. Kelly will work in the private client team and studied law at the University of Leeds. Matthew Smith joins the corporate recovery team.
Danielle and Grace have joined Clarion as paralegals in the commercial property team; both studied law at the University of Leeds and Grace completed the Legal Practice Course part time whilst working as a paralegal. Adriana will also work as a paralegal in the commercial property team.
“Young people are facing an extremely tough job market and it is vital for the future of the legal profession that firms continue to invest in attracting and developing young talent,” said managing partner, Mark Burns. “We look forward to welcoming this latest wave of trainees to the firm and the enthusiasm and fresh thinking that they will bring.”
Clarion has a 100-strong team, including 18 partners, based at its Elizabeth House offices on Queen Street.
Clarion offers ten specialist service areas consisting of Clarion Advocates (formerly business crime and regulatory); corporate, commercial and IP; corporate recovery; private client; employment; property; dispute resolution; family, debt recovery and costs and litigation funding. To find out more, please visit www.clarionsolicitors.com
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