Having recently qualified, I can say that through my training with Anthony Collins Solicitors I’ve grown in confidence and developed the skills to hit the ground running as a newly-qualified solicitor. I’ve enjoyed a varied two years, completing seats in housing management, governance and commercial, corporate litigation, and property. As a trainee, you’ll get the opportunity to develop skills in client care and file management, and are given a level of responsibility that you might not find with other firms. It has been really inspiring to work alongside passionate individuals, who are nationally recognised as leaders in their given sectors. The trainees also meet regularly to organise fundraising events and socials. Firm-wide social events are also a great way to get to know your colleagues outside of the work environment. I’m really pleased to be staying on at Anthony Collins Solicitors, and I have been supported in deciding upon my ideal newly qualified role so that I have started my career in the direction that I want to be heading. I now work as a qualified solicitor in the built environment team.
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Richard Handley Inquest
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Recovery of fire safety costs from leaseholders
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Converting to a Charitable Incorporated Organisation
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Impact of Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Bill
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