A LAW firm has announced the graduation of four students from its training scheme as well as the appointment of three new trainees.
David Jones, 39, Joseph Fletcher-Hunt, 26, Victoria Philipson, 26, and Gayle Palmer, 31, have all completed Walker Smith Way’s two-year course to become fully-fledged solicitors.
David and Joseph will work from the firm’s Chester headquarters in Nicholas Street and specialise in employment law and commercial property, while Victoria and Gayle will be based in the firm’s Wrexham premises. Victoria will specialise in catastrophic injury while Gayle will continue with the clinical negligence department.
Neil Turnbull, Walker Smith Way’s managing partner, said: “This is an exciting time for us; the firm is growing and to continue on that upward curve we need to nurture new talent.
“We also have a very talented intake of new trainees and I look forward to working with them and watching their development over the next two years.”
The three new trainees, who join Walker Smith Way’s head office in Nicholas Street, are Rhiannon White, 23, Dafydd Jones, 22 and Tomos Lewis, 22.