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At Ramsdens we are pleased to announce our latest intake of trainee solicitors; Aamir Arif, Danielle Hutchison and Sam Durling. The trio began their training contracts at the beginning of September and will be situated across our 14 branch locations.

Natalie Lang, Trainee Solicitor mentor for the firm commented: “At Ramsdens we firmly believe our people are our greatest assets and this is reflected in the time and care we invest in our trainees. Career development is important to us and where possible we aim to tailor the training provided, to reflect the interests and ambitions of our candidates, to help develop them into the lawyers they aspire to be.”

Aamir Arif, who will be beginning his first seat in our Conveyancing department commented: “Having spent the last few years with the firm it is a great personal achievement to have been offered a trainee position. The hard work begins now and I am eager to start this journey!”

Danielle Hutchison, who will be beginning her first seat in our Family department commented: “I’m delighted and very proud to have secured a training contract with Ramsdens. I am looking forward to having more responsibility and the new opportunities this will bring. I’m also looking forward to continuing to volunteer for local charities and represent the firm at networking, charity and educational events.”

Sam Durling, who will be beginning his first seat in our Litigation department commented: “Having worked at Ramsdens for just under two years I am incredibly excited to be joining the firm’s trainee programme. I am looking forward to working with new people and new departments, which I anticipate will allow me to broaden my knowledge and experience over the next two years.”

Paul Joyce, Managing Partner at Ramsdens concluded: “I’d like to congratulate our newest trainees, this is a significant milestone for them in their careers, especially in the current climate and we wish them all the success. We heavily invest in our trainees, giving them the opportunity to build a long term career at our firm, which is reflected in the number of former trainees we have retained over the years, many of which now hold senior positions.”