Trainee profile: Emily Morton (SJ Berwin)
“I really enjoyed the academic study of law, and wanted to be in a career that allowed me to build on that. I also liked the idea that as a solicitor I would be dealing with clients of all different types, working in all different business sectors. No two days are the same; one day you’ll be working on a case involving a complex software dispute, the next you will be dealing with the acquisition of a shopping centre.”
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