Next-generation law firm Taylor Vinters invests in the future with 11 new appointments for 2013
17 Sep, 2013
The forward-thinking law firm with offices in Cambridge, London and Singapore welcomes new trainees Natasha Bowyer; Sabrina Richards; Vishaal Bhuttae; Beth Price; Keven Fehmi; Laura Shanley and Louise Moore – all embarking on the next exciting stage of their legal journey. While six of the trainees have completed legal degrees, five have also previously worked as paralegals.
Says managing partner Ed Turner, who was himself a trainee at Taylor Vinters: “People are central to our business. Our ability to deliver as a business correlates directly to our ability to be the best we can be as individuals. It is therefore always an exciting time of year when our new intake of trainees arrive. We have an excellent training programme at Taylor Vinters that has been recognised as such by the SRA.”
Subsequently, the four talented NQs who joined Taylor Vinters in 2011 have now successfully completed a two-year training contract consisting of six seats in different departments across Taylor Vinters.
Daniel Bosley, Emma Whiting, Victoria Mason and Scott Glacken have undertaken a full-time training contract at the firm and will work within leading sectors including technology, investment and private client.
Commenting on these appointments, Ed Turner said: “I believe it is a positive reflection on the firm that we have maintained such a high retention rate of trainees on qualification throughout the economic downturn. We hope the continued improvement and development of our training programme will ensure that this continues and that our newly qualified lawyers of the future will be well prepared to deliver on the ever-changing demands of our clients.”