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8 02, 2019

Working in dispute resolution – Hayley Gaffney

February 8th, 2019|

I started as an Office Junior at a law firm when I left college at the age of 17 and then progressed to being a legal secretary in the Family Department in the same firm. Following maternity leave a few years later, I came to work at Coodes Solicitors as a PA for the Head of the Dispute Resolution Department before then deciding to undertake my studies with CILEx.

27 11, 2018

A thriving legal career thanks to CLS after an accidental introduction to law

November 27th, 2018|

James Spargo is a Graduate Member of CILEx. The Litigation Executive feels the knowledge and understanding gained through his CILEx studies have given him an increased level of responsibility and salary than had he done a law degree and the LPC

27 11, 2018

Studying with CLS worked for me when the traditional, academic route didn’t

November 27th, 2018|

Leoni Gee is a Graduate Member of CILEx who is now working towards qualifying as a Chartered Legal Executive. She describes how studying with CILEx Law School suited her style of learning much better than going to university:

27 11, 2018

Working and studying meant I was able to put my newfound knowledge into practice

November 27th, 2018|

Vidhya Panchal is a Graduate Member of CILEx, having completed her CILEx Graduate Fast-track Diploma with CILEx Law School. She works as a Residential Conveyancer for a solicitors’ practice in the Midlands.

27 11, 2018

Helping couples become the legal parents of a surrogate child is my favourite area of family law

November 27th, 2018|

Kristina Steele discovered her passion for law while working as a legal Personal Assistant. The family law trainee Legal Executive and Graduate Member of CILEx (GCILEx) is now working towards qualifying as a Chartered Legal Executive.

27 11, 2018

‘The CILEx route bridges the gap between dreaming about becoming a lawyer and actually living out that dream’

November 27th, 2018|

When Ann Deavall left school she was told that she would make a good secretary. Thanks to studying with CILEx Law School she is instead a Fellow of CILEx and the first-ever person in her family to qualify as a lawyer.

27 11, 2018

‘My job is so rewarding as you’re playing a role in a major part of someone’s life’

November 27th, 2018|

Lucy McDonald is a Conveyancing Paralegal at Mark Swatts Morse LLP. She is currently working towards her CILEx Level 3 Certificate in Law and Practice and eventually aspires to become a Fellow of CILEx.

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