Three Trainees qualify at Sintons
The three have completed their training period despite the many challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and have been rewarded with permanent roles within the firm.
Ellie Marriott becomes a newly-qualified solicitor in the Neurotrauma team; Lewis McKeown takes up a role in the Corporate and Commercial department; and Sam Watts has been given a position in Real Estate.
The young solicitors have spent their training period gaining experience in different practice areas within the firm, having six-month seats in different departments to hone their skills and gain a wider and more in-depth knowledge of legal practice.
Ellie, Lewis and Sam officially take up their new roles within Sintons from Monday, September 13.
Christopher Welch, managing partner of Sintons, says: “It is fair to say that Ellie, Lewis and Sam’s experience as trainees has been a little bit different from that of those who have gone before them, particularly over the last 12 to 18 months.
“However, they have each adapted well to the challenges over that time and we have ensured the support they were given to continue with and complete their training remained as uninterrupted as possible.
“Our congratulations go to them all on qualification, and on being awarded permanent roles within Sintons. We look forward to working alongside them going forward, with them continuing to support the firm in our ambitions and further development.”