Legal Secretarial students secure employment at Linklaters LLP
12th August 2019
Congratulations to Georgia Clark, Daisy-Mae Doherty and Megan Boyle who have achieved the CILEx Level 3 Diploma for Legal Secretaries qualification and been offered full-time employment as trainee legal secretaries at the global law firm, Linklaters LLP in London.
Deon Donald, Secretarial Services Manager at Linklaters, said; “The quality of students at North Kent College is consistently high. We have found having the connection with the college to be extremely beneficial to us as an employer looking to attract and retain exceptional talent.”
“Studying the CILEx level 3 Diploma for Legal Secretaries qualification enabled me to learn and perfect an abundance of skills. Along with the knowledge I attained during the course, the amazing support and encouragement I received at North Kent college meant that I was fortunate enough to secure a place on the Linklaters Trainee Legal Secretarial scheme. I am looking forward to starting this role in August.” Georgia Clark
“I would thoroughly recommend the CILEx Level 3 Diploma for Legal Secretaries course as it has given me an array of skills and opportunities which has ultimately led me to achieving a permanent full-time position at Linklaters.” Daisy-Mae Doherty
“After completing A Levels, I decided to study the CILEx Level 3 Legal Secretary course. Throughout the year I have gained confidence through taking on work experience at two London law firms as well as developing and learning a wide range of skills which have further aided me. I thoroughly enjoyed the course and it reassured me that a legal secretary was the career I wanted to pursue. I am excited to be starting my job as a Trainee Legal Secretary at Linklaters”. Megan Boyle
Hayley Green, Curriculum Manager of Legal & Office Support at North Kent College, said; “We are delighted that, once again, our Level 3 Legal Secretary students have impressed Linklaters and been offered places on their prestigious Trainee Legal Secretarial Scheme. All their hard work this year has paid off! We wish Georgia, Daisy-Mae and Megan every success for the future”.
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