Trainee profile: Amy Tregunna (Mayer Brown)
“In my first year of university, I travelled to Hong Kong to undertake an internship at a boutique investment firm specialising in IPOs. Subsequent internships in London provided exposure to a great variety of departments and industries and I realised that with such a diverse host of disciplines, there would be plenty of opportunity to find my niche. Observing the work of solicitors in practice demonstrated how varied and complex legal work could be and I was attracted to the problem-solving aspects of the profession.”
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