Oxfordshire law firm Spratt Endicott’s Private Client practice are delighted to announce that Victoria Upton has joined their team as a solicitor having successfully completed her training contract at the firm.
To qualify as a solicitor, trainees must complete a two-year training contract where they will gain practical experience working in several different practice areas. Victoria completed seats in Family Law, Commercial Property, and Employment Law in addition to Private Client Law, where she will be working now that she has qualified as a solicitor.
Victoria completed a Graduate Diploma in Law at Oxford Brookes University and her LPC at the University of Law in Birmingham before joining Spratt Endicott Solicitors in 2016 as a legal assistant in the Debt Recovery department. She joined the firm’s trainee programme in 2018.
Lucy Gordon, Director and Head of Private Client at Spratt Endicott, who also oversees the trainee programme said: “Victoria has worked tremendously hard throughout her training contract and has shown that she has the foundations to become an excellent lawyer in each of her seats. We are delighted that she will be staying with Spratt Endicott in the Private Client team and I have no doubt she will contribute to the success of the practice and the firm.”
Victoria Upton, speaking of her qualification, says: “I’m thrilled to have qualified as a solicitor. It is something I have worked towards over the last few years, and I’m so proud to have achieved that goal. I have learnt a lot from the firm and the solicitors I have worked with and I look forward to building a successful career at Spratt Endicott.”
Spratt Endicott Solicitors have a strong track record in supporting training and development of their staff through the provision of training contracts, with several current staff including a company director having completed their training contract at the firm.
Spratt Endicott Solicitors are a Top Tier Legal 500 UK law firm with offices across the three counties of Oxfordshire, Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire.