Adam Farrell joined the firm in 2010 where he began his training contract as a litigation executive. As is the case for many staff, Adam’s career progressed rapidly and he is now Head of Medical Negligence and Catastrophic Injuries, managing a team of four.
Speaking of his promotion to Associate Director, Adam said:
“I really enjoy running cases and getting results for my clients, so being promoted for what I enjoy doing is an added bonus! There are not many firms out there giving the opportunity to progress at such a rapid rate.”
Annabel Chadwick joined the firm in 2011, qualifying in January 2015 and heading up the COSHH (The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) team by October of the same year.
Truly cares about clients
“I really enjoy being part of an innovative and specialist firm that leads the field and truly cares about its clients. It’s great having the opportunity to be involved in many aspects of the business, allowing me to grow professionally, not just as a solicitor but in many different areas, which I think is so important in legal services nowadays.”
"Its great having the opportunity to be involved in many aspects of the business, allowing me to grow professionally, not just as a solicitor but in many different areas, which I think is so important"
Award-winning training & development
The firm’s award-winning employee training and development programme is structured to guide new recruits in their careers from their very first step on the ladder. Many of the firm’s employees have progressed through this scheme to become members of the senior management team.
In respect of the Promotions, CEO of Roberts Jackson, Karen Jackson said:
“We have always had a core focus on training and development of staff within the firm. It is extremely important to develop talent within Roberts Jackson family and these promotions are thoroughly deserved”
Roberts Jackson is recruiting – please visit http://www.roberts-jackson.co.uk
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