Farleys Solicitors training programme continues its success record as two of the firm’s trainees qualify to be taken on as solicitors this month. Gemma Vine and Alex Kenyon have both completed their training contracts at Farleys and have been taken on to join two of the firm’s growing departments.
Gemma Vine is to continue her work in the Inquests and Actions Against Detaining Authorities department, where she completed her training seat. The department, based at the Manchester office, is one of Farleys’ fastest growing areas of specialism.
Alex Kenyon meanwhile will join the firm’s busy Specialist Case Unit (SCU) department, working under Partner Paul Schofield and joining the ten strong team to work on serious crime and fraud cases.
Partner and head of training contracts at Farleys, Jonathan Bridge comments:
“This is the latest example of how despite the remaining unstable economic climate, Farleys are continuing to grow with increasing sizes of departments able to meet the demands of more clients.
“Unlike many firms of solicitors in Manchester and the North West, we have not made any redundancies at Farleys throughout the economic downturn, and our training programme continues to produce excellent solicitors that we are delighted to take on upon their qualification”.
Other recent good news at the firm includes the appointment of a Marketing Manager to raise the profile and continue the growth of the Farleys brand in the North West.