FOUR trainees at law firm Prettys have qualified into positions within the firm as two new trainees have join the Ipswich office.Shaan Burton, Mark Crebbin, Sarah Grundy and Claire Thomson all undertook their training programmes with Prettys and have gained a position in their chosen fields.
FOUR trainees at law firm Prettys have qualified into positions within the firm as two new trainees have join the Ipswich office.
Shaan Burton, Mark Crebbin, Sarah Grundy and Claire Thomson all undertook their training programmes with Prettys and have gained a position in their chosen fields.
Shaan Burton, Mark Crebbin and Claire Thomson have joined the shipping and insurance team with Sarah Grundy in commercial litigation.
Andrew Ridout and Naomi Goodyear have also started their training contracts at Prettys this autumn.
Ms Goodyear graduated from the University of the West of England, Bristol and also completed her LPC at the same institution. Naomi has undertaken work experience for a top International law firm in London as well as smaller regional firms.
Mr Ridout graduated from the University of East Anglia and completed his LPC at the College of Law in London. Andrew has undertaken work experience at a number of regional firms in Essex and Suffolk.
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Chief executive Paul Dickie said: “Prettys annually recruits a high standard of trainee solicitors and it is very rewarding to see them taking up permanent positions within the firm.”