Latimer Hinks Solicitors has welcomed its latest newly-qualified solicitor.
Nadine Sweeney, who has been with the firm for the last two years as a trainee, has now qualified as a solicitor.
The 26-year-old, a politics and philosophy graduate, also spent two years doing a graduate diploma in law and a legal practice course at the College of Law in York.
Nadine, who lives near Richmond, North Yorkshire, specialises in private client work, which includes wills and lasting powers of attorney, trusts, probate, long-term care planning and tax planning.
Anne Elliott, Latimer Hinks Partner, said: Latimer Hinks has built a solid reputation in attracting and developing legal trainees and is continuing with that tradition in spite of the recession. Training, and retaining for the future, bright solicitors ensures that Latimer Hinks can continue to service its existing and new Clients and be better placed to respond to an economic upturn
We are delighted to welcome Nadine to the team as a fully-qualified solicitor. We look forward to her continuing to grow her experience and reputation in her chosen field within the Latimer Hinks fold.
Nadine said: I am looking forward to being a fully fledged member of Latimer Hinks staff. I have decided to specialise in private client work as I enjoy meeting people and helping them with life planning issues to make their lives run more smoothly.