Churchers Solicitors are pleased to announce that following her period of recognised training, Louise Jack qualifies as a solicitor on 2 October 2017.
Following her studies at Cardiff University and the University of Law, Louise joined the firm in September 2015 as a Trainee Solicitor – quite a change from her previous time working as a deep sea diving instructor!
During her training Louise undertook seats in conveyancing, commercial property and matrimonial before joining Churchers children’s team for her final seat. It quickly became apparent that Louise’s skill with clients and her passion for advocacy made Churchers children’s team the ideal post qualification area of practice.
Elisabeth James, Partner within the children team commented "We are delighted that Louise has agreed to remain with the children’s team focusing on both public and private law children work. Louise has an excellent mix of legal knowledge and has a great deal of empathy with our clients, myself and the team are looking forward to working with Louise and watch her career progress."
Speaking about her route to qualification, Louise commented: "The training I have received at Churchers has far surpassed my expectations and I am very proud to be continuing to work for Churchers. Although I have enjoyed all areas of my training, I believe that my advocacy skills and personality suit my continuing work in the children team and I am grateful I am able to support clients through a challenging time in their lives. I am excited about my future with Churchers and would like to thank the partners for their support thus far.’
Churchers are very delighted to announce that they scooped the Hampshire Law Society's 'Small Law Firm of the Year' award 2018.
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