Video: staff share experiences of Shoosmiths
In this video from Shoosmiths, staff including recruitment manager Usha Wilkinson, personal assistants Chris Metcalfe and Anita Hicken, paralegals Tamara Quailey-Tulloch, Heidi Salter, Kaylee Smith and Ella Waite, solicitors Eleanor Johnson-Cadwell and Cole Stacey, associates Joanne McIvor and Martin Ward and senior associates Iain Butler, Jenny Dorricott, Matthew Stimson and Amanda Coale sum up their experience of the law firm, explain what they like about working at Shoosmiths, talk about their career ambitions and explain how Shoosmiths is helping them realise these goals.
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