Wonderful service from start to finish.
More Trainee success for Hampshire law firm
- AuthorDan Thompson
It’s a successful time for Trainee Solicitors at Warner Goodman as Georgina Savage is the second Trainee in recent months to qualify from the Hampshire law firm.
Georgina joined the firm in 2012 working part-time and then became a full-time Paralegal in September 2014 for the Commercial Property team in Portsmouth. She began her recognised period of training on 1st March 2015 in the same team before moving to the Employment team based in Southampton. Her final seat has been with Company Commercial, also based in Southampton.
Georgina has now qualified, returning to the Commercial Property team in Portsmouth. Her role in this department will see her work with landlords, housing associations and developers to meet their property needs, whether these be buying or selling property, lease negotiations or renewals. Outside of work Georgina has a keen passion for sailing and water sports and also strives to find time to practice her French while travelling to different countries.
“I’m delighted that I’ve been able to spend my time training in the Commercial based teams, as I always wanted to qualify into this side of law,” explains Georgina. “Completing my training at Warner Goodman has given me wonderful opportunities in terms of career progression, development, training and increasing my confidence with public speaking through the Employment Law seminars. The firm is the perfect size for a Trainee; large enough to experience different areas of law but also small enough to feel a sense of community and know colleagues from all offices. I am keen to further develop my skills and knowledge in Commercial Property and I am confident that Warner Goodman can help me achieve my long-term ambition to one day become a Partner.”
To find out more about our Trainee Programme you can visit our website here or to find out how the Commercial Property team could help you, visit their section of the website here.
This is for information purposes only and is no substitute for, and should not be interpreted as, legal advice. All content was correct at the time of publishing and we cannot be held responsible for any changes that may invalidate this article.