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Congratulations for qualifying Trainee Solicitor
- AuthorHannah Rogers
Celebrations are happening at Hampshire law firm Warner Goodman LLP as Trainee Solicitor, Hannah Rogers, qualifies after her two year Recognised Period of Training.
Hannah joined the firm in June 2014 as a File Opener at the Fareham based Residential Conveyancing team, before being promoted to Conveyancing Assistant. She then began her path as a Trainee Solicitor with her first seat remaining in the Conveyancing team before spending time in the Portsmouth based Commercial Property team, Family team and finally in the Employment Litigation team in Southampton.
Hannah qualifies this month and joins the Family team in Portsmouth as a Qualified Solicitor. As part of her role, she will be working with couples advising on matters such as divorce and separation, financial and children arrangements, cohabitation and pre-nuptial agreements.
Speaking about her qualification, Hannah commented, “I’m delighted to be qualifying and be given the opportunity to remain at Warner Goodman in the Family team. While I enjoyed all my seats during my time as a Trainee, seeing both sides of the legal world in terms of helping people in their personal and business lives, the Family team resonated with me; supporting families through some of the most emotional times in their life. I’m looking forward to developing my career with such an exciting and supportive firm.”
Sam Miles, Family Partner, commented, “Hannah was a great asset to our team during her seat with us, and I’m thrilled she has now joined us as a Qualified Solicitor. She has an excellent mix of legal knowledge and empathy to be able to fit in well with the team and our clients, both existing and in the future. I’m sure we will see great things from Hannah and I’m looking forward to seeing her career progress.”
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