Di­ploma stu­dent praised

Law grad­u­ate given ac­co­lade from land and prop­erty firm

The Press and Journal (Moray) - - BUSINESS - BY RE­BECCA BUCHAN

An Aberdeen Univer­sity stu­dent has been recog­nised as one of the best in Scot­land for his skills in con­veyanc­ing.

Matthew Ed­wards, who grew up in the city, has re­ceived an ac­co­lade from land and prop­erty search firm Mil­lar and Bryce for his con­tri­bu­tion dur­ing his Di­ploma in Pro­fes­sional Le­gal Prac­tice.

The 22-year-old com­pleted his stud­ies in Aberdeen and is now set to em­bark on a two-year trainee­ship with law firm Bur­ness Paull.

He said :“To be recog­nised in this way is such a fan­tas­tic fin­ish to my time at univer­sity.

“Af­ter such a long pe­riod of study, it will be good to now have the op­por­tu­nity to put the the­ory and skills that I have learnt and de­vel­oped through­out my aca­demic ca­reer to good use and I’m look­ing for­ward to start­ing my trainee­ship later this year.”

Dundee Univer­sity stu­dent, Carys Magee, 22, was also recog­nised for her ef­forts.

Deb­bie Welch, sales and mar­ket­ing di­rec­tor at Mil­lar and Bryce said: “The Con­veyanc­ing “To be recog­nised is such a fan­tas­tic fin­ish to my time at univer­sity” Stu­dent Scot­land award show­cases the hard work and ded­i­ca­tion com­ing from these stu­dents.

“There has been ris­ing con­fi­dence in the Scot­tish le­gal mar­ket and a lot of this is to do with the high stan­dards at­tained by uni­ver­si­ties and their stu­dents.”

TAL­ENT: Matthew Ed­wards, 22, is to start a two-year trainee­ship with law firm Bur­ness Paull later in the year

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