Clar­ion con­tin­ues to in­vest in new tal­ent

Yorkshire Post - Business - - BUSINESS -

LAW FIRM Clar­ion says it is con­tin­u­ing to in­vest in new tal­ent with the ap­point­ment of four trainee so­lic­i­tors.

David Spence, Stephanie Shep­herd, Han­nah New­bery and Avril Mullin are the lat­est re­cruits to be­gin a train­ing con­tract with Clar­ion this month, gain­ing ex­pe­ri­ence in at least four de­part­ments over two years.

Ini­tially join­ing the cor­po­rate team at Clar­ion, Mr Spence comes from an arts back­ground, tak­ing a grad­u­ate diploma in law in 2013. He re­cently gained a dis­tinc­tion in his le­gal prac­tice course at BPP in Leeds.

With a first class law de­gree from Can­ter­bury Christ Church Univer­sity and an MSc in law, busi­ness and man­age­ment, Ms Shep­herd will be­gin her trainee­ship in Clar­ion’s IP team.

Han­nah New­bery and Avril Mullin, who have both spent the last 12 months as par­ale­gals in Clar­ion’s bank­ing team, will move to the prop­erty team and the fam­ily team re­spec­tively for their first place­ments.

Roger Hut­ton, joint man­ag­ing part­ner at Clar­ion, said: “We have been for­tu­nate once again to have been able to choose from some of the bright­est law grad­u­ates.”

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