Farleys appoints five trainees

Farleys Solicitors has appointed five new trainees, its largest intake to date.

The full service law firm has offered training contracts which will see the new recruits work in both commercial and private departments across its six North West offices, including Preston, Manchester and Blackburn.

Jodi Oosthuizen began her career at Farleys as a commercial executive within the corporate team before commencing her training contract.

Matthew Davis holds a law degree before and completed the Legal Practice Course. He has previous experience in the insurance law sector and will work within the Family department in Blackburn.

Ella Holden, who holds an LPC with a commendation, has joined the firm’s commercial department in Preston assisting the team on matters including commercial property, commercial contracts and corporate insolvency.

Eric Roe will work within the firm’s commercial property and litigation departments. He has experience in the High Court Enforcement industry and can offer his skills and understanding of Enforcement Law and the industry to Farleys’ clients.

Jade Jump previously spent 18 months assisting the Personal Injury departments in Farleys Blackburn and Accrington offices as a litigation executive.

Nick Molyneux, partner and training principal at Farleys, said: "The large majority of our partners completed their training contracts at the firm, showing the fantastic long term career prospects available to our new recruits.

“We are pleased to welcome our record intake of trainees as the firm continues to expand to meet the demand for legal services."

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