Caroline Gray Legal Executive at award-winning, Essex-based Solicitors Fisher Jones Greenwood LLP has qualified as a solicitor.
Her employment commenced with FJG in 2000 when she joined the firm as an office junior in the post room. She proceeded to train with the firm whilst continuing her studies working within the family team and first qualified as a Legal Executive in 2009. Following further studies to convert to become a solicitor, Caroline qualified on September 15th of this year.
Caroline said: “I am extremely pleased to have completed the final step in becoming a solicitor at FJG and I am thankful to the partners for supporting me with my studies throughout my career to date”.
Kate Taylor, Partnership Member at Fisher Jones Greenwood added: “I am delighted to see Caroline’s progression within the firm from office junior all the way to becoming a solicitor. Her hard work and dedication has made it a pleasure to support her and we are all looking forward to her furthering her career at FJG”.
Simon Osborn, Partnership Member in the Family team also added, “Having worked closely with Caroline, I have seen at first hand the difference that her dedication makes in being prepared to go the extra mile for her clients. Her qualification is just reward for someone with her skill and enthusiasm and I am certain that this will prove a springboard for even greater success in the future”.
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