Congratulations to Jas Atwal,  Natalie Moustache, Sheree Green and Kiri Tamber, who have been shortlisted in the following categories:

  • Trainee of the Year - Natalie Moustache
  • Paralegal of the Year - Jas Atwal and Kiri Tamber
  • Assistant/Associate of the Year - Sheree Green

Jas's nomination follows her success last year, where she took away the award for Paralegal of Year, whilst Natalie is hoping to match her success at the 2015 awards, where she was awarded Paralegal of the Year.

Everyone at Anthony Collins Solicitors wishes them the best of luck for when the results are announced on 9th March at The ICC, Birmingham.

Pictures: Top left, Jas Atwal, top right, Sheree Green, bottom left, Natalie Moustache, bottom right, Kiri Tamber.

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