North West law firm Farleys Solicitors has retained a record number of trainee solicitors qualifying from their training programme.
Three newly qualified solicitors have been offered roles within the corporate, insolvency, and personal injury departments, bolstering the firm’s offering of legal services to individuals and businesses.
Jodi Oosthuizen originally joined Farleys in April 2019 as a Corporate Executive before being offered a place on the firm’s training programme. After completing two years of training, Jodi has now taken up a position in the corporate team once again, specialising in business sales and acquisitions, mergers, and management buyouts.
Ella Holden, from Blackburn, has also completed her two-year training contract having undertaken seats within the wills and probate, personal injury and property departments. She has now been offered a position with the insolvency team based in Preston, having displayed a particular talent and passion for that area of law.
Jade Jump originally completed work experience placements at Farleys before beginning her training contract. She has trained in areas including family law, commercial litigation, and personal injury before choosing to qualify into the latter. She will be based at the firm’s Accrington office and will specialise in road traffic accident claims, accidents at work and public liability claims.
Alongside the newly qualified solicitors, Farleys has also welcomed its latest intake of trainee solicitors. Alicia Langley, Haiqa Riaz, Ross Liddle, and Emily Bridge will undertake two years of training, taking up seats in a wide range of departments in order to complete their well-rounded training.
Farleys’ training principal Nick Molyneux commented: “We are pleased to welcome our new intake of trainee solicitors. We’re very proud of the training programme we offer which equips the solicitors of the future with the skills they need to excel in their chosen area of law.
“We are also delighted to have retained Jodi, Ella, and Jade following their qualification. They are excellent and valued members of the team at Farleys and we wish them the best of luck as they move forward with their careers.”
Farleys will be opening the application window for training contracts commencing in September 2023 in January 2022. For information about careers and work experience at Farleys, please visit their careers page.
Pictured: L-R Jodi Oosthuizen, Ella Holden and Jade Jump
Pictured: L-R Alicia Langley, Haiqa Riaz, Emily Bridge and Ross Liddle