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Law firm expands trainee programme


Picture of CJCH trainee solicitors at CJCH offices in Cardiff. (Left to right) Max Wootton, Andrew Windross, Mahbuba Ali, Stephen Clarke, Craig Mills, Sam Pearson, Rebecca May. Image by Mark Hawkins / Composed Images for CJCH Solicitors / Weltch Media, 11/01/2016.

Picture of CJCH trainee solicitors at CJCH offices in Cardiff. (Left to right) Max Wootton, Andrew Windross, Mahbuba Ali, Stephen Clarke, Craig Mills, Sam Pearson, Rebecca May. Image by Mark Hawkins / Composed Images for CJCH Solicitors / Weltch Media, 11/01/2016.


Cardiff law firm, CJCH Solicitors, has expanded its trainee programme because of rapid growth in the business.

Having previously taken on just one trainee at a time. It now has six, working across its expert teams.

“The business is growing rapidly, and we have expanded our trainee programme to help keep pace with the increasing scale of our operations,” said senior partner, Stephen Clarke.

“Just over two years ago, as Clarke & Hartland, we had just 24 staff – we’ve now got more than 90 and are still growing.

“Our trainees are very important to us, and we always look for talented young people who not only have a keen intellect, but are well-rounded and interesting people, who have the skills and drive to help our clients, often in very challenging circumstances.”

The current six are:

Craig Mills, Rebecca May, Andrew Windross, Sam Pearson, Max Wootton, and Mahbuba Ali. Rebecca and Andrew complete their training this month (January), and are being taken on as solicitors.

“We are now of a scale that our trainee programme has a real vitality about it,” added Mr Clarke. “It’s a great way for us to develop our team with talented people who can help take the business forward.”

As well as its Cardiff headquarters, CJCH also has offices in the Canton area of the city, as well as Bridgend and Barry, and has specialist expertise in commercial, intellectual property, mental health, employment law, property, family, child care, crime and motoring. Further information is available at www.cjch.co.uk

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