Recruitment push as firm tackles Brexit fears

A HAMPSHIRE law firm says that it is confident about its future, regardless of any Brexit uncertainty.

Friday, 19th April 2019, 1:13 pm
Updated Sunday, 21st April 2019, 5:47 pm
From left, Kira McKane, Zach Rooney, Gerrard Tin, Lucy Gleisner and Chris Whiteley. Picture: Laura Downton / Lee Peck Media

Trethowans has offered permanent jobs to all of its current second year trainees qualifying in September 2019 as it works to create the next generation of legal experts.

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Training partner Lucy Gleisner said: ‘Without doubt, having the right team is vital to our success.

‘That’s why we’re working now to nurture the talent of tomorrow and we’re pleased to offer permanent roles to all of our current second year trainees.’

Managing partner Chris Whiteley added: ‘Inevitably there’s a great deal of uncertainty around the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. However, we’re positive about the future whatever the outcome and are still very confident that we will continue to grow.’