Andrew Jackson hands four paralegals training contracts

Andrew Jackson hands four paralegals training contracts

Andrew Jackson has given former paralegals Charlotte O’Connor, Rachel Joyce, Grace Howell and Harry Mills training contracts.

The new trainees will commence their training with their current departments O’Connor remains with employment; Joyce will continue to assist litigation and dispute resolution; Howell resumes her corporate law experience; and Mills remains in the property team.

Mark Pearson-Kendall, the managing partner at Andrew Jackson, said that he was delighted to see the firm’s team grow.

“[It allows] us to build on our range of services and to ensure that we continue to offer our clients legal solutions that offer real support and value,” he said.

During their two-year training period the trainees will have the opportunity to work across different practice areas at the firm to learn a variety of skills including drafting, research, negotiation and client care.

Pearson-Kendall continued: “As a firm, we believe that success is built on great relationships. Charlotte, Rachel, Grace and Harry have already made a valuable contribution to our collective achievements and I’m confident this will continue. I look forward to supporting them in their future careers with Andrew Jackson.”

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