Yorkshire law firm Keebles has offered five training contracts as part of its 2019 trainee solicitor intake.
The new roles, based across the firm’s offices in Leeds, Sheffield and Doncaster, follow a series of expansions in several departments at Keebles. The firm prides itself on training and developing new talent and is committed to investing in the firm’s future.
Amongst the new trainees are Jennifer Knibbs and Amelia Goodair who have been working with the firm gaining experience as paralegals prior to commencing their training contracts. Jennifer joins the Commercial Property department in Doncaster and Amelia has started her training contract with a seat with the Employment team.
Benjamin Brown has joined the firm’s Commercial Property department in Sheffield and accompanying Benjamin in Sheffield is Rachel Hood who has started in the Residential Property department. Finally, Gianluca Di Vito strengthens the firm’s Litigation department in the Leeds office.
Sarah Burton, Training Partner at Keebles, said: “As a full-service law firm, we take pride in training the next generation of solicitors to provide exceptional legal services to both businesses and individuals.
“We wish our new trainees every success on their upcoming journey with Keebles.”