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Congratulations to our three new trainee solicitors

We are delighted to announce that three of our legal assistants, Danielle Apenteng, Hira Rauf and Sara Nicoloau are taking the next step in their legal career and starting their solicitor training contracts at Miles & Partners in London, where they will be gaining experience in family and mental health and capacity law. 

During their time as legal assistants they have worked alongside our partners and lawyers on a variety of key cases, as well as advising clients where they are able. 

Danielle Apenteng already has a wealth of experience assisting clientsShe is a keen public speaker and has spoken at events on the topic of mental health awareness and wellbeing. She also mentors young children in secondary education through the charity ReachOut UK.  

Click here to read Danielle’s profile. 

Hira has been with Miles & Partners since 2016 and so far, she has worked in the housing department as well as the family team. She has a particular interest in public and private family law cases which contain international elements, such as jurisdiction disputes, as well as complex matters including sexual abuse or non-accidental injuries. 

Click here to read Hira’s profile. 

Sara Nicoloau has built up her experience by working within the parenting and children departmentPrior to joining Miles & Partners, Sara was a paralegal in the Court of Protection department of a city law firm. In the past she has volunteered at Advocate and taught English to corporate professionals in Spain. 

Click here to read Sara’s profile. 

For more information on our trainee solicitor opportunities, please contact Phil Walsh 020 7426 0400 or email   

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