Appointment of 3 New Trainee Solicitors

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Morrish Solicitors are pleased to announce the appointment of 3 new trainee solicitors, Holly Carter, Omar Ghaffoor and Jade Fairless. The training contracts will start in September 2020 and will be for 2 years, allowing the trainees to gain legal knowledge and experience across the board demonstrating the skills they’ve learnt whilst studying.

Before joining the team in October 2017, Holly obtained a Law degree at the Nottingham Law School and gained experience as a Paralegal specialising in whiplash claims at another Law firm. She will begin her training contract in the Personal Injury Department to expand her knowledge of personal injury claims and gain a wider experience of different areas of law.

Omar joined Morrish Solicitors in September 2018 as a Legal Assistant in the Employment Department assisting on a broad range of matters. Prior to this he graduated from the University of Huddersfield with a Law degree in 2014 and gained experience at another law firm handling personal injury matters. Omar completed his Masters degree in Professional Legal Practice at the University of Law in August this year and will begin his training contract in the Employment department.

Jade graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Law degree in 2015 and then went on to further her studies completing her LPC and Masters at the University of Law in 2016. Before joining the team as a Legal Assistant in October 2018, Jade worked at a couple of firms as a Personal Injury Paralegal specialising in road traffic accident claims developing her knowledge and gaining valuable experience. She will start her training contract in the Personal Injury Department.

Paul Scholey, Senior Partner at Morrish Solicitors, commented, “Congratulations to Holly, Omar and Jade on their appointments as trainee solicitor. It’s been great to see their careers develop over the years with us and now for them to start our training programmes to progress even further. Our trainees are an integral part of our long-term success and the firm is committed to supporting the development of employees. We look forward to working with them as their law careers flourish over the next 2 years.”

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