We are delighted to announce law graduates Nicole Beddall and Harriet Turner have joined our Commercial Property team as Legal Assistants.
Nicole originally joined the firm whilst studying for her A levels and continued to support the family and property departments throughout her studies whenever possible. Having studied LLB Law and Criminal Justice at Liverpool John Moores University, Nicole graduated in July last with a First-Class Honours degree and will continue to study part time at the University of Law to complete her Legal Practice Course with Masters.
Nicole commented ‘I am so grateful for the opportunity of working with Terry Jones Solicitors alongside studying A-Levels and Undergraduate Degree as this heightened my knowledge and provided me with key experience in the legal field”
Harriet who has always been interested in law since studying the subject at A-level at Shrewsbury Sixth Form College was keen to pursue a career as a Solicitor and applied to study Law at the University of Liverpool. Harriet too graduated in July with a First-Class Honours degree
Harriet added “My main modules of interest across the three years were Contract Law, Land Law, Company Law and Banking Law. I have always been drawn to commercially focussed areas of law therefore I am really pleased to be working within the Commercial Property department at Terry Jones. Gaining a first at University was challenging and required a lot of hard work and dedication. I hope to utilise the skills I gained whilst studying for my degree within my new role as a Legal Assistant.”
Ellen Roberts, Head of Commercial Property in Shropshire commented “We are delighted Nicole and Harriet have joined the team and are proud they both achieved First Class honours in July. The addition of Nicole and Harriet into the Commercial Property team will help to increase our strength and knowledge of the department in order to provide a more enhanced and specialised service to our clients. I am very excited for the future for the department and the potential we can achieve”.