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Leamington law firm Wright Hassall appoints four newly-qualified solicitors

19 April 2023
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Law firm Wright Hassall has announced the appointment of four newly-qualified solicitors following the completion of their training contracts.

Chloe Gardner joins a growing team of more than 30 in the firm’s real estate division, while Emily-Jade Hodson becomes the latest member of its nationally-renowned commercial litigation department.

Elsewhere, Adam Morris joins its leading employment team, while Charlotte Kahrman arrives as the seventh member of the firm’s contentious probate team – making it one of the largest in the Midlands.

Partner Lucie Byron, who leads the trainee programme at Wright Hassall, said: “I am really pleased for our newly-qualified solicitors and would like to congratulate Chloe, Emily, Adam and Charlotte as they start their new roles with us.

“At Wright Hassall, we have always believed in developing our own talent and providing a first-class training programme which invests in the growth and development of the next generation of talent.

“All four have brought real drive and enthusiasm to their work and I look forward to watching their careers progress further at the company.”

Wright Hassall was established in 1846 and employs more than 245 people, including almost 40 partners.

A further intake to its training programme is to be announced later in the year.

Pictured: Charlotte Kahrman, Adam Morris, Melanie Wood (HR), Lucie Byron, Emily-Jade Hodson, Chloe Gardner

Peter Davison is deputy editor of The Business Magazine. He has spent his life in journalism – doing work experience in newsrooms in and around Bristol while still at school, and landing his first job on a local newspaper aged 19. By 28 he was the youngest newspaper editor in the country.

An early advocate of online news, he spent the first years of the 2000s telling his bosses that the internet posed both the biggest opportunity and greatest threat to the newspaper industry and the art of journalism. He was right on both counts.

Since 2006 he has enjoyed a career as a freelance journalist. He lives in rural Wiltshire with one wife, two children, and three cats.

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