Three trainees have started work together at Anthony Collins Solicitors and although they will be taking up their new roles in different departments, they plan to reunite once a month as members of the practice's recently formed Book Club.
Adam Millward, who honed his legal talents volunteering at the Citizens Advice Bureau, joined the practice as a paralegal and will now spend the first part of his training contract within the Best Value Projects group.
Gayle Monk who also joined as a paralegal, brought with her a background in the NHS and starts her training in the Business Law department.
Andrea Lynch is new to the practice having recently relocated from a London firm, and joins the Licensing department.
They are all looking forward to progressing their careers, and, although this is just the beginning of an intense period of training for each of them, they are looking forward to having the chance to pick up a non-legal text from time to time, thanks to the Anthony Collins Solicitors' Book Club
Adam, Andrea and Gayle will top up the practice's supply of young up and coming solicitors. They bring the total of trainees at the practice to thirteen.