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Congratulations to our newly qualified solicitors

 Miles & Partners Solicitors and Advocates in London is thrilled to announce that Harriet Brame and Thomas Lane qualified as solicitors 1 May 2020. 

They have both been working towards this momentous achievement for many yearsHarriet and Thomas have been with the firm since 2017, starting out as legal assistants before starting their training contracts a year later, where they gained experience in family law, mental health and mental capacity.  

They will be joining our ever-growing parenting and children team and are already experienced in conducting cases and advising and representing clients at court. 

Before joining Miles & Partners, Thomas worked as a childcare law paralegal, making him well-equipped to work within the team. Harriet was also recognised for her dedication to the field prior to arriving at the firm when she was awarded the Cullimore Dutton Family Law Prize in 2015. 

Both solicitors will continue helping clients with a wide variety of family law matters, including: 

‘We are very proud to congratulate Harriet and Thomas on their qualification as solicitors, says Phil Walsh, ‘It is a culmination of years of hard work and dedication – we look forward to continue working with them as their careers in law flourish.’ 

Miles & Partners Solicitors in London has always been keen to contribute towards the development of the next generation of legal professionals. Our solicitor training contracts in the heart of the City of London attract applications from graduates across the country. We offer trainee solicitors the opportunity to gain hands-on experience as well as providing expert guidance and mentoring in practising the art of law. 

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

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