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Trainee Success for Hampshire law firm

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Warner Goodman LLP is congratulating trainee accomplishments for three of their employees.

Arezou Seyed-Rezai has been a trainee solicitor with the firm for the last 2 years, spending time in the Company Commercial, Commercial Property and Family teams. For her final seat Arezou returned to Company Commercial in the Southampton office, where she is now a permanent member of the team following her qualification this month. Arezou can boast a substantial level of experience having dealt with a wide range of commercial matters ranging from distribution agreements to franchising to terms and conditions of business for the provision of goods and services.

As well as a qualifying trainee, the firm is also welcoming two existing members of staff into their period of recognised training. Charlotte Bunch has for the last year been working as Legal Assistant in the Commercial team based in Southampton and will begin her 2 years of training in the Commercial Property team. Hannah Rogers has also been with the firm for a year as Legal Assistant in the Residential Conveyancing team in Fareham, and will stay with the department for her first seat.

Dan Thompson, Trainee Partner, commented, “It’s always a proud moment when a trainee solicitor qualifies and wishes to remain with us. We have an extremely high retention rate regarding our trainees, and many of the Partners of the firm began their careers as trainees here. We’re excited to see how Arezou’s expertise continues to grow with us now she has qualified and also are pleased to offer the opportunity to Hannah and Charlotte, who have both shown in their time already with us their dedication to the role and to the firm.”

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