Trainees Allanagh Davies and Lydia Mills joined Spratt Endicott Solicitors in September where they will complete a two year training contract, providing them with the skills and knowledge required to become a fully qualified solicitor.
Allanagh Davies, who has worked at Spratt Endicott as a paralegal since 2018, commented: “I’ve really enjoyed working here over the last two years and am delighted that I’m able to continue my training at Spratt Endicott. To have worked so hard since I started my Law Degree, it’s hard to believe that I’m now so close to qualifying as a solicitor.”
Lydia Mills joined the firm after completing her LLM at BPP University in Manchester. On joining Spratt Endicott she said: “It feels fantastic to be starting my training contract at a firm as well regarded as Spratt Endicott. I’m sure that there will be a lot to learn over the next two years but I’m very excited to get started.”
The pair join Spratt Endicott’s trainee programme which has recently seen the firm welcome newly qualified solicitors Krishan Patel and Victoria Upton into the firms Corporate and Private Client practices respectively following the completion of their training with the firm. Several other members of staff – including Director and Head of Family Law Patrick Mulcare – have followed a similar path and give testament to the importance that the firm sees in providing expert training to the next generation of legal specialists.
Lucy Gordon, Head of Private Client department and Training Principal at Spratt Endicott, added: “As a firm we place great emphasis on training for all our staff so that we can provide our clients with the highest quality of legal advice. This extends to our trainees and we are proud of the success that many have seen since qualifying. We are delighted that Allanagh and Lydia will be carrying out their training contracts with us. “
Spratt Endicott Solicitors has a strong commitment to the continuing development of their staff, both through ongoing professional development and in house training. Several of the current members of staff, including a company director, have completed their training contracts at the firm.