Two trainee solicitors at Warner Goodman LLP have qualified, and one paralegal begins his period of recognised training.
Daniel Coleman joined the firm in June 2015 working as a paralegal in the Southampton-based residential conveyancing team. In September 2016, he commenced his period of recognised training, completing seats in employment, commercial litigation, and commercial property. For his final seat he returned to the litigation and dispute resolution team, specialising in residential property disputes, where he has now taken a permanent position.
Gina McCadden joined the firm in September 2014 working as a paralegal in the employment team. During her time as a trainee solicitor, she gained experience across the varying high-street and commercial departments of the firm including private client, employment litigation and company commercial. Her final seat saw her return to employment, this time in the Peace of Mind team, where she has now taken a permanent position.
Pam Kamel has worked at Warner Goodman since 2015, beginning in the residential conveyancing team in Portsmouth before moving to the commercial property team as a paralegal in September 2016. She began her period of recognised training this month, taking her place in the Peace of Mind team within the employment department.
Dan Thompson, trainee partner, explained: “This is always an exciting time of year for us as we welcome new trainee solicitors and celebrate those who are qualifying. Daniel and Gina have been important members of the firm for the last few years, and they know us and our clients well. I am delighted we have been able to offer them permanent positions; positions I know they will enjoy and excel at and I look forward to their continued success in their roles and as part of the team. The employment team is an exciting one for our trainee solicitors to join and the Peace of Mind membership is going from strength to strength. Pam is a promising member of staff here and I am looking forward to seeing how her career takes shape over the coming two years as a trainee solicitor.”