Newly qualified solicitor announced at Levi Solicitors

by | Feb 3, 2014 | Blog Posts

| Newly qualified solicitor announced at Levi Solicitors

Levi Solicitors is pleased to announce the qualification of trainee solicitor Sue Stephenson.

Sue joined Levi Solicitors in March 2011 as a Paralegal and is now a newly qualified solicitor dealing with her own caseload of both Freehold and Leasehold sale and purchase transactions. She also has experience of Transfers of Equity and Remortgage matters.

Sue graduated from the University of Newcastle and gained an LLB (Hons) Law degree. Sue also achieved a distinction on the Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School in Leeds

Sue commenced training at Levi Solicitors in August 2012; Sue completed her final seat within the residential conveyancing department and was admitted to the roll on the 3rd of February 2014.

Sue said: “It is exciting to be qualifying into such a thriving department. The diverse work available will allow me to continue to gain experience and further my understanding of conveyancing and property law generally.

Alan Tai, head of Levi’s Residential Property Department said “I am pleased to welcome Sue as a fully qualified Solicitor into the residential Conveyancing department; she has shown that she has all the necessary qualities and attributes to be a valued member of our growing residential conveyancing team.”

Developing and retaining the right people is of paramount importance to the continued success of Levi Solicitors.

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