Qualifying solicitors offered permanent roles at LCF Law

Qualifying solicitors offered permanent roles at LCF Law

Three trainee solicitors at Yorkshire-based LCF Law have all successfully qualified and been offered permanent roles at the firm, across its corporate and personal divisions.

Clare Bennett, Patricia Obawole and William Reynolds have all spent the past two years working as trainee solicitors at LCF Law. 

Obawole and Reynolds are now based in the firm’s corporate division in Leeds city centre.

Obawole graduated from Bournemouth University in 2016, before joining the firm the following summer. Reynolds graduated from Leeds Beckett University in 2015 and immediately secured a paralegal role at LCF Law, before becoming a trainee solicitor two years later.

Bennett is now based in the firm’s Bradford office, which offers a range of personal law services including advising on powers of attorney, wills and probate.

She originally graduated from the University of Exeter before embarking on a course with the University of Law and then joining LCF Law in September 2017.

Susan Clark, who leads the corporate team at heads up LCF Law, said: “Clare, Patricia and William have all enjoyed a very successful two years, working across a range of our departments, and thoroughly deserve to qualify.”

“During this time, they’ve continually demonstrated their capabilities, and gone above and beyond for clients, so we’re delighted to offer them permanent roles and look forward to seeing them embark on the next chapter of their careers with us.”

In the summer, LCF Law managing partner Simon Stell was appointed to the management board of the Bradford Literature Festival.

Pictured: Susan Clark, Clare Bennett, Patricia Obawole and William Reynolds
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