Farleys have created three new roles the past month at our offices in East Lancashire. Iain Church-Taylor, Alex Singer and Amanda Morris have taken up new positions at the firm’s Blackburn-based offices.

Iain has been appointed as a solicitor in the firm’s busy criminal law department based in Blackburn after completing his legal training at Farleys and Alex Singer has begun his role as a Trainee Solicitor, assisting with corporate and company law matters in the firm’s Commercial Law Department.

Amanda Morris, who has worked at the firm as a secretary for six years whilst undertaking a law degree and the Legal Practice Course, has also been awarded a coveted position as a trainee solicitor in the firm’s Fraud and Business Crime department on Richmond Terrace.

Commenting on the new roles at the firm, Partner Paul Schofield said:

“We are delighted to have been able to reward the hard work of these three individuals with positions at the firm. We are committed to helping those at the start of their legal careers – our trainee programme has recently been ranked amongst the best in the country in the Lex 100 Awards.  In addition, we are especially keen to support those employees who show promise and want to progress in the legal profession”.