Law firm Coffin Mew has hired nine members of staff following its latest trainee recruitment drive.
The new joiners will work across the practice’s core disciplines and sectors while training to become fully qualified, with half of the group bidding to become solicitors and the other half aiming to become legal assistants.
The nine trainees will predominantly work across Coffin Mew’s three largest practices - Brighton, Portsmouth and Southampton, as well as the Charles Lucas & Marshall office in Newbury. Coffin Mew merged with Charles Lucas & Marshall in March 2017.
Miles Brown, chief executive of Coffin Mew, added: “We are proud to have a reputation for being a great graduate employer, and we look forward to maintaining and building on that. Training, encouraging and cultivating the skills and talents of our staff is just as important as hiring the right people – fortunately, at Coffin Mew, I believe we have the perfect balance of both, now enhanced by our new recruits!”
Coffin Mew is based in Brighton, Gosport, London, Newbury, Portsmouth, Southampton, Swindon and Wantage and provides legal advice to individual clients, entrepreneurs, SMEs and corporate organisations across a wide range of legal matters.
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