Jigsaw Law award their first-ever Solicitor Training Contracts
Specialist personal injury Solicitors Jigsaw Law announced today that two staff have been awarded Training Contracts with the firm. Only existing employees were invited to apply and the precious contracts have been awarded to Claire Mackenzie and Laura Moore.
“It is not only a very special day for Claire and Laura but also for the Management Team, as we are committed to developing, assisting and empowering the great people we have working for us”, explained Managing Director, Christian Lindley. “Claire and Laura have demonstrated the knowledge and desire required to make us believe the first Training Contracts awarded by Jigsaw Law are in safe hands”
“I’m absolutely ecstatic about obtaining a training contract with Jigsaw Law,” said Claire Mackenzie, 27. “The fantastic support from all my colleagues and the Management Team here at Jigsaw Law have enabled me to refine the skills required to take the next step in what I hope will be a long and successful legal career.”
Claire Mackenzie, Traineer Solicitor
Claire, who lives in Ellesmere Port and has been with Jigsaw Law for 15 months, added “the next two years will pose many challenges however I’m looking forward to working under the supervision of our Legal Director and Authorised Trainer, Paul Hurst, as a Trainee Solicitor”.
To complete their training to qualify as Solicitors, the two-year training involves three areas of law; personal injury, civil litigation and non-contentious work; to include conveyancing, probate, wills or employment law, the contract includes a 6 month Secondment to a leading Manchester law firm.
“I’m really proud to have been granted a Training Contract and thankful for the opportunity to be able to see my career aspirations turn into a reality” said Laura Moore, 26.
Laura Moore, Trainee Solicitor
“I’m really looking forward to the challenge of learning new areas of law and developing my skill-set over the course of the training programme.” Laura lives in Middlewich and has been with Jigsaw for 16 months.
The firm, which has been operating for three years, is based in Ellesmere Port and Crewe and now has over forty staff. Jigsaw Law is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Steve Bradley 28.02.2013