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Lichfield law firm takes on new trainee solicitor

Hilary D'Cruz, Adam Pike and Jas Singh

Hilary D'Cruz, Adam Pike and Jas Singh

A Lichfield law firm has recruited a new trainee solicitor.

Adam Pike has joined Ansons from Manchester Benefits Service as the company looks to expand its team.

Adam has a degree in English Literature and Philosophy and studied Law at Staffordshire University where he won the award for attaining the highest grades in his Common Professional Examination conversion course and Legal Practice Course.

He said:

“Ansons initially appealed to me because of its reputation for being a progressive firm with the resource and expertise to be able to take on large complex commercial matters.  The fact that the firm is Lexcel accredited, has the Investors in People accreditation and has high rankings in the Legal 500 directory of top UK law firms, provided me with the confidence and assurance that Ansons would be a great firm to work for.”

During his training contract Adam will gain experience of working within a number of the specialist legal departments at Ansons, starting with the corporate and commercial litigation departments.

Corporate partner, Hilary D’Cruz added:

“While a number of law firms have suspended the intake of new trainees, Ansons has remained committed towards training and development as we recognise the importance of supporting the lawyers of tomorrow for the good of the legal sector.

“We also appreciate that our positive reputation, quick growth and attainment of awards, such as Investors in People, would not have been achievable without our deeply held commitment to training and development.”

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