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Trainee solicitor programme graduate joins Ogier as Associate

Trainee solicitor programme graduate joins Ogier as Associate

Wednesday 12 May 2021

Trainee solicitor programme graduate joins Ogier as Associate


The latest graduate from Ogier's English Solicitor Training Programme has joined the firm's Local Legal Services team as an Associate.

In her new role as an Associate, Nathalie Le Cuirot will be advising clients on commercial and residential property, employment, and local business services.

She is the latest graduate from Ogier's English Solicitor Training Programme, a two-year scheme which sees trainees learn about litigation, and includes a Professional Skills Course as well as an experiential litigation course, with a mock trial at the Magistrate's Court.

Partner Richard Daggett, the leader of the training scheme and a graduate from the course as well, said: "Qualifying as a Solicitor is a landmark in anyone's legal career. We are delighted to celebrate Nathalie's success, and welcome her to her new role as an associate."

Ms Le Cuirot added: "The past year has been a rollercoaster for everyone, but I am truly thankful for the support I received from Ogier during this time in my work and training. It's great to be part of a firm that is adaptive and offers continuous support.

"Everyone at Ogier wants to help you be your best self, professionally and personally, and this extends from your immediate colleagues to the partners and directors. Due to a range of educational tutorials, legal updates, and colleagues who are willing to pick up the phone and talk you through any questions you might have, my training was able to continue with barely a hiccup.

"Having completed the English Solicitor training programme, I feel a great sense of achievement and am looking forward to starting my career with the Local Legal Services teams."

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