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Yorkshire's Ramsdens Solicitors expands workforce despite "unprecedented" year

Ramsdens Solicitors has expanded its workforce with new recruits following a challenging year for businesses.

In early September 2021, the firm brought in five first-year trainees to start their training contracts across the firm’s fourteen Yorkshire office locations.

The newest intake will be joining the firm’s three current trainees, who will be entering the second year of their training programme.

Natalie Lang, partner and training principle at Ramsdens commented: “At Ramsdens we firmly believe our people are our greatest assets and this is reflected in the time and care we invest in our trainees.

“Career development is important to us and where possible we aim to tailor the training provided, to reflect the interests and ambitions of our candidates, to help develop them into the lawyers they aspire to be.”

Paul Joyce, managing partner at Ramsdens concluded: “I’d like to congratulate each and every one of them for embarking on this significant milestone in their careers and we wish them all the success.”

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