June 3, 2019

We are delighted to announce the promotion of Ajay Sharma, Luke Davies and Kerry Baker to Trainee Solicitors. 

Ajay commented “It is really exciting to become a Trainee with Terry Jones. I have gained so much experience during my time here and I cannot wait to start my period of recognised training. The hard work towards qualification starts now!”

Luke added “Those that have studied law know that the path to qualification can be long and arduous. I am elated to become a Trainee Solicitor with such a great firm to work for and will forever be thankful to Terry Jones for giving me the tools to qualify.”

Kerry who joined the firm in 2017 and was based at the Shrewsbury office commented “They say perseverance is key to anything in life and I’ve persevered and worked hard to become a Trainee. I am overjoyed to be given the opportunity to start the next phase of my career and train with Terry Jones Solicitors, during my two years of working here, I can honestly say it is the best firm to work for.”

Ajay, Luke and Kerry have all worked in the residential conveyancing department at our Telford office until they commenced their period of recognised training.

Any enquiries regarding ‘Recognised Training’ should be sent to Anthony Iles, Human Resources Manager, with a covering letter and a copy of your CV via the following email link: hr@terry-jones.co.uk.

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