Newly qualified lawyers across seven of firm’s 11 offices

09th Mar

Seven of Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ 11 offices will have new solicitors celebrating after having achieved their ambition of becoming fully qualified after years of hard work and dedication.

Ten newly qualified lawyers in Cheltenham, Worcester, Hereford, Cambridge, Cardiff, Wye Valley and Thames Valley will be taking the next step in their careers with HCR.

Emily Dalton and Emma Clarkson qualify and move into family law and dispute resolution in Cheltenham, while Georgina Hunt and Bruna Ronzani continue their careers in dispute resolution and corporate law in Worcester.

In the firm’s Hereford office Matt Deem moves into dispute resolution, and Stephanie Waters joins the private client team. Meanwhile, in Wye Valley, Rosie Lewis continues her career in dispute resolution.

In Cambridge, Murium Rehman continues her role in the world of corporate law, while in Cardiff, Lucy Edwards moves into the family law arena. In the firm’s Thames Valley office, Connie Lu will continue her career with HCR in commercial law.

Rachel Turner (above), the firm’s training principal, said: “This is a fantastic achievement and I would like to congratulate all those who have qualified. The past two years have been difficult for trainee lawyers. They’ve missed out on the usual level of face-to-face mentoring, but we have worked very hard to provide as much opportunity for the learning that being alongside colleagues brings.

“Being able to provide our talented, developing lawyers with the tools they need to take this first major step in their professional lives is extremely rewarding. Our training programmes cover everything that our trainees need to become the very best – which is exactly what our clients expect from us.”

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