Added29th September 2014 by Riverview LawRiverview Law

Riverview Law awards seven training contracts. Ten training contracts to be offered in 2015.

Riverview Law, the fixed-priced legal services business, has launched its first solicitor training scheme, awarding seven training contracts to current members of staff. Hannah Capstick, Sam Cooper, Sam Crich, Rosanna Hughes, Adam Kelly, Steven Malyj and Chris Rea have all studied in the Liverpool, Chester and Manchester areas and will start a two-year training contract today (29th September 2014). Director of Legal Services at Riverview Law, Steven Zdolyny, says the training provided will help the trainees develop into first class lawyers: “We have an exceptional legal team at Riverview Law and our business-wide training and development programme ensures that we continue to develop and grow the talent we and our customers need.  I am confident all seven of our new trainees will thrive within our business and I join my colleagues in congratulating them on their success.” In the summer of 2015 Riverview Law will commence the application process for up to a further 10 training contract opportunities to existing employees at Riverview Law – training contracts at Riverview Law are only available to team members who have been with Riverview Law for at least six months. Kate Thomsett, Head of HR, explains that this is one of the many ways Riverview Law is developing and attracting new talent: “As Riverview Law continues to win FTSE 100 clients we are and will continue to, recruit, train and progress talented people within our business.  That’s why we appointed our first legal apprentice last year and why we continue to expand and evolve the training programmes we offer internally – from legal and IT skills through to finance and client management professionals. We made the decision to open training contracts up to Riverview Law employees who have been with us for 6 months or more to ensure that candidates are the right fit for our business and embody the Riverview Law values.  Anyone who wishes to be considered for the 2015 training contracts should apply to join Riverview Law now. ” Anyone interested in a career at Riverview Law can find out more via the careers page on their website here.