Collyer Bristow supports its support staff

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  • It is interesting that Peter Pratt qualified as a solicitor after already becoming a Chartered Legal Executive, which means that he was probably exempt from 'that elusive training contract'.

    Many firms are recognising the benefit of training up competent and committed support staff, and the CILEx qualification allows them to do just that. The following profiles of former CILEx Law School students were gathered at the time of the CILEx Graduation Ceremony last month, and illustrate very well the role that CILEx has played, and continues to play, in ‘widening the net’.

    Lisa Stanton – from office junior on a Youth Training Scheme to Chartered Legal Executive

    Paul Sweeden – from post room junior to fee earner in one of Europe’s leading law firms

    Saria Bashir – from receptionist to prospective partner

    Josephine Walker – from GCSES to Chartered Legal Executive

    Nicola Harris – from Business Administration Apprentice to Chartered Legal Executive

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