Following her studies at University of Portsmouth, Eliza joined the firm in 2017. Following on from her initial role as a junior Probate Executive within the Wills and Probate team, Eliza took up a training contract with the firm, which she enjoyed very much.
During her training Eliza undertook seats in wills and probate, child law and matrimonial before joining Churchers conveyancing team for her final seat. Eliza particularly enjoyed her time in the wills and probate team and Churchers feel her skill with clients, and the passion for the role, makes this the ideal post qualification area of practice.
John Cregan, Partner within the wills and probate team, commented ""We are delighted that Eliza has agreed to join the wills and probate team. Eliza has an excellent mix of legal knowledge and a great deal of empathy with our clients. Our team are very excited to watch her career progress."
Speaking about her route to qualification, Eliza commented "I am delighted to have qualified as a Solicitor and to be able to continue to work for Churchers in my role as an NQ (newly qualified). My training at Churchers has been brilliant, varied and enjoyable and I am so grateful to the partners for being so supportive during this process. I am excited for what the future holds and hopefully being able to move towards a time that we can welcome our clients back into our offices after such a challenging year"
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