Law firm has two new trainees
WOLLEN MICHELMORE, which has offices in Paignton, Dartmouth, Torquay and Newton Abbot, has just appointed two new trainee solicitors.
Mark Iddles is a University of Plymouth law and business graduate who, although originally from the West Midlands, spent his teenage years in Australia. He originally came to Wollen Michelmore in a volunteer role to catalogue a database of wills in the Newton Abbot office of the firm. Mark has also worked as a legal volunteer at the Citizens Advice Bureau and at the South West Employment Rights Centre.
Lucie Rose, who was educated at Churston Ferrers Grammar School, did her law degree and further study in Bristol and London. She gained experience at a number of legal practices around the South West. She was originally taken on as a legal secretary in Wollen Michelmore's family department, where she has now secured a contract as a trainee lawyer.
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