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Sunday, June 23, 2024

Farleys Fuel Growth with New Appointments & Increased Trainee Intake

North West law firm Farleys Solicitors has appointed two newly qualified solicitors and also taken on four new trainees for 2017/18, as a response to increasing demand for the firm’s legal services.

Taking up their newly qualified posts are Jenny Goodwin, who joins the firm’s corporate team and Rebecca Woolham who will be working in Farleys’ personal injury department.  Both have been retained by the firm following the completion of their training contracts with the firm.

Looking to build on the success of Farleys trainee solicitor scheme are Adil Anwar, Ariella Jones, Monika Marcinkeviciute and Stevi Hoyle, who have commenced placements across both private and commercial areas of practice.

Partner and head of trainee solicitor recruitment Nick Molyneux said: “I am delighted that we are continuing to maintain our strong level of investment in the next generation of lawyers here at Farleys.

“These appointments come at a time when the firm is growing at pace, therefore it is essential that we ensure  our trainee programme continues to provide us with talented and ambitious layers as we continue to offer a full range of legal services for individuals and businesses.

“On behalf of the firm we wish them all the best in their future success here at Farleys Solicitors”.




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