Harrison Drury invests in future with new trainees and apprentices
North West law firm Harrison Drury has appointed eight new staff including four trainees.
Graduates Chloe Harrison, Jason Landa, Oliver Moore and Hannah Pike have been offered training contracts as part of the firm’s 2019 trainee intake.
The firm has also appointed apprentices Jasmine Perry and Kristian Torgersen as part of its new apprenticeship programme.
Amanda Webster, director at Harrison Drury, said: “We’re always looking for innovative ways to attract fresh talent to the firm. Our new legal apprenticeships sit alongside our well-established trainee programme and offer an alternative route into the profession.
“Our trainees and apprentices are the future of the firm and will be given great opportunities to flourish as part of our team.”
Chloe graduated with a degree in law from the University of Birmingham and completed her Legal Practice Course with distinction at the University of Law in Manchester.
Jason graduated with a first class degree in law and completed his Legal Practice Course combined with a masters at the University of Law.
Originally from Newcastle upon Tyne, Oliver gained a master’s of law combining his undergraduate degree with the postgraduate Legal Practice Course at UCLan.
Hannah studied Sport Development and Coaching at Sheffield Hallam University. She then achieved a master’s in international sports law in practice, specialising in anti-doping law.
Harrison Drury has also welcomed two further team members. Megan Normoyle joins the firm’s Preston office as marketing assistant. Originally from Canada, Megan graduated with a degree in commerce before joining Harrison Drury.
The firm has also appointed Jessica Casson-Grave as a paralegal to support growth in the property litigation team. Jessica has a master’s of law from UCLan and worked in various voluntary roles during her studies.