Some of our current trainee solicitors

Please take a few moments to read what our current trainees think about our Graduate Recruitment process.

Rose Foster

2nd Year Trainee Solicitor

I am originally from Sunderland but moved away for University. Although I loved living in both Liverpool and Manchester, I always knew I wanted to come home to the North East. I thought the idea of working in Newcastle city centre would be exciting, and it has certainly not disappointed…read more >

Ellen Marriott

2nd Year Trainee Solicitor

Whilst studying law at Durham University, I began searching for a reputable regional law firm that not only values quality of work but also appreciates their employees as individuals. Sintons gives a strong emphasis to these values…read more >

Sam Watts

2nd Year Trainee Solicitor

The journey I took in the lead up to securing a Training Contract with Sintons was slightly different, especially during the early stages. I started out at Northumbria University studying Mechanical Engineering…read more >

Lewis McKeown

2nd Year Trainee Solicitor

I am a 2nd year trainee solicitor at Sintons. Even from my first day at Sintons I have felt at home here and everyone has welcomed me with open arms. Everyone I have met is approachable and this has helped my settle in very quickly…read more >

Charlotte Johnston

1st Year Trainee Solicitor

Sintons initially stood out to me due to its status as a leading firm within the North East of England…read more >

Ben McMurdo

1st Year Trainee Solicitor

I am originally from Leeds; however, my family has a strong connection with the North East…read more >

Charlotte Gunn

1st Year Trainee Solicitor

Growing up in the North East, I knew that I always wanted to live and work locally…read more >

Daniel Earle

1st Year Trainee Solicitor

I am a first year Trainee Solicitor at Sintons. I was born in Hartlepool and completed my undergraduate law degree at the University of Manchester in 2018…read more >

Our trainees are on twitter, follow @SintonsTrainees to see what they are up to or to ask for advice.