Local trio qualify as solicitors at Rollits

Local trio qualify as solicitors at Rollits

Enisha Ali, Lily Dobson and Harry Spice, who all come from the Hull area, have qualified as solicitors at Rollits.

They joined Rollits as trainees in 2019 after graduating from the University of Hull and the University of Law in Leeds.

Dobson and Spice have both qualified into the corporate team, where they deal with acquisitions, disposals and reorganisations.

Dobson attended Beverley High School and Wyke Sixth Form College and Spice studied at Archbishop Sentamu Academy in Hull. They both gained their LLB (Hons) at the University of Hull in 2018 and followed that by securing distinctions in their legal practice courses at the University of Law in Leeds.

Ali attended Beverley High School and Beverley Joint Sixth Form before progressing to complete her Law LLB (Hons) at the University of Hull. She then completed her legal practice course as part of her master’s in professional legal practice, which she passed with distinction at the University of Law in Leeds.

Ali has qualified into the firm’s commercial property team and undertakes work on sales, purchases and leases.

Partner Caroline Neadley, who is the training principal at Rollits, said: “This is a significant milestone for Enisha, Lily and Harry—and for Rollits. The firm is in its 180th year and whilst we operate regionally and nationally, we remain committed to finding and nurturing talent local to join us in Hull and York.”

“We are delighted that we have been able to offer positions to our three newly qualified solicitors and we are pleased that these talented young people see Rollits as a good and supportive route into a legal career.”

Pictured: Lily Dobson, Enisha Ali and Harry Spice
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