Trainees embark on legal careers with Hewitsons
Hewitsons has welcomed a new group of trainees into its fold, as the law firm continues to invest in fresh legal talent.
Six trainees, aged 23 to 37, have joined the firm’s various offices and business units, having completed law degrees and demonstrated a strong commitment to the field.
At the firm’s Cambridge office, Nicholas Le Breuilly has joined the Agriculture and Rural Property team, while Charlotte Glasse and Danielle Eley will work within the Corporate and Employment teams and the Dispute Resolution and Litigation team respectively.
In Northampton, Sobia Ahmad has joined the Private Wealth team, and Motunrayo Adeeyo the Dispute Resolution team.
And at the firm’s London office, in Blackfriars, Kasia Reda has joined the Real Estate team.
All six trainees will spend two years with Hewitsons, rotating between departments biannually, allowing them to benefit from the firm’s wide-ranging expertise. The firm’s Partners will teach them an array of legal skills, thorough both formal training sessions and practical experience.
During their time with Hewitsons, the trainees will assist with cases, interviews and other matters, as well as attending court hearings, regularly liaising with clients, and accompanying Solicitors to site visits and legal briefings.
Managing Partner Colin Jones said: “At Hewitsons, we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality of training for up-and-coming solicitors, which is demonstrated by the glowing feedback we regularly receive and our high rate of trainee retention.
“Each member of this latest group has demonstrated a talent for and a dedication to legal practice, which our experienced Partners will help them to develop further over the next two years. I wish them all the best of luck and look forward to seeing them progress.”
Image: L-R: Sobia Ahmad, Kasia Reda, Nicholas Le Breuilly, Colin Jones (Managing Partner), Charlotte Glasse, Motunrayo Adeeyo, Danielle Eley
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