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Harrison Drury welcomes new trainees and apprentices


Harrison Drury has welcomed four trainee solicitors and three legal apprentices as part of our latest investment in people.

Natasha Coveney, Chloe Wishart, Hannah Pinder and Rachael McDonagh have been offered training contracts, with Jessica Darley, Thomas Connell and Grace McGarvey joining us as legal apprentices.

Amanda Webster, partner and head of professional development at Harrison Drury, said: “I am delighted to welcome our new trainee solicitors and legal apprentices. These are exciting recruitments, strengthening our team at Harrison Drury and giving people access to fulfilling careers in law.”

“As trainees Natasha, Chloe, Hannah and Rachael will gain valuable experience across a wide area of legal practice during the next two years. Jessica, Thomas and Grace will also have an excellent opportunity to develop their skills and learning through their apprentice roles at the firm.”

Harrison Drury trainees and apprentices 2021

Natasha will commence her training contract at Harrison Drury’s Kendal office, with trainee solicitors Chloe and Hannah working from our office in the Preston city centre. Rachael has completed her first four years of our legal apprentice programme and now joins our trainee solicitor programme, leading to her qualification as a solicitor in two years.

Legal apprentice Jessica will be based in Harrison Drury’s Preston office, Thomas is to start his legal apprenticeship at its Clitheroe office and Grace will be based in Lancaster.

The firm also welcomes Lisa Brown who joins its residential conveyancing team based in Preston as an executive administrator.

Pictured above left to right : Chloe Wishart, Jessica Darley, Grace McGarvey, Amanda Webster, Thomas Connell, Lisa Brown, Hannah Pinder, Rachael McDonagh and Natasha Coveney.

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