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Law firm fills graduate vacancies

Published: Tuesday, 14 December 2010   Category: Law

A leading law firm with offices in Ipswich and Chelmsford has employed seven new graduate recruits.

East Anglian law firm Prettys say they are "delighted" to be able to welcome the new group of graduates to the company, reports the East Anglian Daily Times.

The new trainees have come from educational establishments all over the country, including the universities of Manchester, Canterbury, Sheffield and Essex.

Paul Dickie, chief executive at the law firm, told the news provider that he hopes the graduates will stay and grow with the company.

"Prettys is committed to developing the skills and expertise of new legal graduates," he said. "Today's trainees are tomorrow's partners."

The law firm was founded in 1906 through a partnership of Bernard Pretty and Arthur Leighton, today the firm employs around 125 members of staff.

Prettys' offer counsel for both commercial and personal law, their specialisms include French property law, transport law and dispute resolution. 

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