Parker Bullen defies Pandemic and takes on two new legal trainees
Law firm Parker Bullen, which has offices in Salisbury and Andover, has not let the Covid 19 pandemic get in the way of its commitment to support aspiring lawyers by offering two new training contracts to Rachael Munn and Luke Wilkins.
The appointments follow on from last month’s trainee successes, where Parker Bullen staff members, Bethan Creasey and Leah Houghton, qualified as solicitors, helping demonstrate Parker Bullen’s commitment to helping young legal professionals climb the career ladder.
Parker Bullen also runs a training academy, a uniquely innovative enterprise that is not only open to its own trainees, but also to those from other firms.
Gareth Horner, Managing Partner at Parker Bullen LLP commented:
“We believe that, as a small yet rapidly expanding regional law firm, we have a good balance of flexibility and innovation to provide exactly the right sort of training for young lawyers. Our training academy is unique in that it encourages trainees from all across the legal industry to participate. We fervently believe in supporting talent, both locally and further afield, and are delighted to welcome our new trainees.”
Rachael Munn, trainee, Parker Bullen LLP, said:
“I am thrilled to join such a forward-thinking organisation, which believes in investing in the young despite the current difficult economic circumstances. I am looking forward to my first steps as a trainee and gaining the confidence and experience needed to qualify successfully as a legal professional.”