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After passing the LPC with distinction, Lawgistics offered Katie a Training Contract position enabling her to complete the vocational part of the process to qualify.

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Katie Fitzjohn joined the Lawgistics team in April 2019 as a Paralegal. Katie completed her law degree at Lincoln University and was part way through the two-year Legal Practice Certificate (LPC) which is a necessary qualification to becoming a solicitor.

After passing the LPC with distinction, Lawgistics offered Katie a Training Contract position enabling her to complete the vocational part of the process to qualify.

A Training Contract is a duration of two years and within that time, Katie consistently demonstrated a high level of competence across a number of legal areas and also completed further academic training.  Under the supervision of our solicitor, Nona Bowkis, who is registered with the Solicitors Regulation Authority as a Training Principal, Katie has worked hard to demonstrate the skills and attributes required to be admitted to the Solicitors Register.

As a result of Katie’s continuing commitment to Lawgistics for the past two years (and to her legal studies for the previous five years), we are delighted to announce Katie has completed her Training Contract and commences 2022 as a fully qualified solicitor.  We offer huge congratulations to Katie  and we are so pleased she is staying on as part of our legal team.

Katie’s success means there is now an opening available for someone to join Lawgistics in a Paralegal to Training Contract position. If you, or anyone you know is looking for a Training Contract and would enjoy working with the fantastic legal team at Lawgistics, please send in a CV with covering letter to [email protected].

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