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Eight new trainees ‘reflect commitment to Hampshire law firm’s future’
2:50pm Thursday 12th September 2013 in News
EIGHT new trainee solicitors have started their two-year training contract with a Hampshire legal firm.
Jessica Maidment, Alistair Robertson and Franca Bosompim joined Lester Aldridge, while David Newnham, Jade Phillips, Ben Cobb, Alison Collier and Lucy Wadley have all worked at the company previously in different roles.
The training at Lester Aldridge usually consists of four six-month seats, where trainees become fully integrated members of the team.
Five out of six trainees who joined the company in 2010 will soon be working as fully qualified solicitors at the firm.
Michael Giddins, managing partner of LA, said: “I am delighted to welcome our new trainees, who will become an integral part of LA for the duration of their contract, and hopefully longer.
“This year we have taken on two more trainees than in previous years, reflecting our commitment to investing in the firm’s future.”
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