In its latest trainee recruitment round, Cleaver Fulton Rankin has appointed five new Trainee Solicitors, investing in the next generation of Northern Ireland’s legal talent.
The firm’s Trainee Solicitor Programme offers trainees a unique opportunity to learn and develop their skills across a wide range of legal practice areas in a full service law firm. The trainees complete a two-year training programme, working alongside expert lawyers on a variety of cases and matters to provide support and enhance their learning. Trainees at Cleaver Fulton Rankin are provided with exceptional opportunities to develop their knowledge, skills and experience to accelerate their personal growth on the path to becoming a solicitor.
The law firm has appointed three former paralegals from its team to its renowned Trainee Solicitor Programme, including Ashleigh Wilson, Melissa Ruddock, and Laura Armstrong, in addition to newcomers Kaitlyn McCaw and Hannah Roy. Ashleigh and Hannah are graduates of Ulster University, while Laura and Kaitlyn studied law at Queen’s University Belfast, and Melissa is an alumna of Cardiff University.
Aaron Moore, Training and Development Director at Cleaver Fulton Rankin, comments:
“We are delighted to have recruited a further five trainee solicitors to our team. We are pleased to welcome Hannah Roy and Kaitlyn McCaw as new additions to the firm, while we congratulate our former paralegals Ashleigh Wilson, Melissa Ruddock and Laura Armstrong as they begin their training contracts with us. Investing in the next generation of legal talent is vital to our business and we are honoured to have such talented professionals on board.”
To find out more about Cleaver Fulton Rankin’s Trainee Solicitor Programme, please visit our website here.
Pictured (L-R): Laura Armstrong, Melissa Ruddock, Kaitlyn McCaw, Aaron Moore, Ashleigh Wilson, Hannah Roy.