A Midlands law firm has welcomed a clutch of newly qualified solicitors and trainees to its ranks.
FBC Manby Bowdler has three new solicitors on its team as staff qualified after successfully completing their training contracts and the firm has also recruited two new trainee solicitors.
Joe Martin qualified into the Disputed Probate team with Jaspreet Kler becoming a solicitor in the Corporate department and Ravi Basra graduating from a legal executive to become a solicitor in the Commercial Property department.
Joining FBC Manby Bowdler on training contracts were Megan Price in the Wills, Probate & Lifetime Planning department and Rubel Miah in the Commercial Property team. All appointments are in the firm’s Wolverhampton office.
Training Principal Charlotte Clode said: “We are committed to a continuous cycle of identifying and training the next generation of legal talent and congratulate our newly qualified solicitors on reaching their goal.
“Our training programme also includes a comprehensive apprenticeship scheme. As an award winning, dynamic and forward thinking firm we are always looking to grow our team so we can futureproof the business and continue to deliver the stellar standard of service on which we’ve built our reputation.”
The firm now employs more than 200 staff at offices in Wolverhampton, Willenhall, Shrewsbury, Telford and Bridgnorth.