23 March, 2020
Leading South Coast law firm Steele Raymond LLP is celebrating after being nominated for the Best Training Principal – Small Trainee Intake at a national legal training awards.
The Bournemouth-based firm’s Training Principal and Partner, Jennifer Rogerson, has been nominated at the national LawCareers.Net Training & Recruitment Awards 2020, an honour that is reserved for a select group of law firms from across the UK that excel at providing a clear, structured and transparent career progression for their valued trainee solicitors.
Jennifer, who specialises in commercial property law and is a member of the firm’s Management Board, has been instrumental in the evolution of the firm’s stellar Training Programme since arriving at the firm five years ago.
This is the third consecutive year that Steele Raymond has been nominated at the awards, having twice been nominated previously for Best Trainer – Medium Regional Firm category alongside firms throughout the UK.
LawCareers.Net is widely considered as the leading resource for trainees and graduates who are looking to embark on a career in law.
The annual awards recognise those firms that provide their trainee solicitors with a proactive start in the legal profession, by offering an effective recruitment process and supporting and nurturing their careers.
The winner will be announced in May 2020.
Steele Raymond’s Training Principal and Partner at the firm, Jennifer Rogerson said: “I am delighted to have been nominated for Best Training Principal at the LawCareers.Net Training & Recruitment Awards. As a firm, we continue to nurture our legal talent from placement student and through a highly engaging training programme.”
“This nomination is testament to the incredible trainees that we see working at Steele Raymond. It is through their hard work, positive attitude and determination that they make the most of the training programme and go on to become exceptional solicitors in their own right.”
Steele Raymond has a longstanding track record of nurturing talent with three of the firm’s partners, Chairman Tim Stone, Nick Davies and Craig Hardman all starting their careers as trainee solicitors at the firm.
Jennifer continued: “We give our trainees a very hands-on experience throughout their two-year training contract. It’s all about giving our trainees responsible responsibility as we continue to invest heavily in the future of the firm.”
The deadline for submissions for 2022-2024 training contracts at Steele Raymond is 30 June 2020.
If you are interested in applying for a training contract or would like more to know more about the Trainee Solicitor Programme at Steele Raymond, please contact Jennifer Rogerson at email@example.com.