Devonshires Welcome Five new Trainees

We are delighted to welcome five new trainee solicitors to our expanding legal team.

The new trainees: Adam Hardy, Rebecca Goodwin, Bryony Hewer, Natalie Kent and Francesca Grossman will undertake four six-month seats as part of their training contract with Devonshires and work across our different areas of practice.

Francesca Grossman and Bryony Hewer will be joining our Real Estate & Projects team, while Rebecca Goodwin will join the Housing Management team.

Adam Hardy and Natalie Kent were previously paralegals at Devonshires in our Development Sales and Securitisation teams, and will join the Clinical Negligence and Housing Management teams respectively.

They join our first year trainee Hannah Mitchell in her second seat and second year trainees William O’Brien, Merrik Morgan, Katie Grohmann, Harry Petrou, Maral Zarrinmehr and Yaasica Hamilton-Haye.

The new trainees will undertake a two year training contract to then become qualified solicitors.

Nick Billingham, Head of Housing Management and Training Principal said: “Trainees are an integral part of the Devonshires team, and I look forward to seeing each of our trainees develop professionally and reach their full potential. Our trainees work across a range of legal sectors to ensure their training equips them with the skills required to be capable and well-rounded individuals ready for the next step in their legal career.”

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