We are pleased to announce that Kimberley Teape has joined our training programme.
Kimberley started with Bowling & Co Solicitors as a Paralegal in March 2019.
Over the past 3 years, Kimberley has applied the theory she learned during her Legal Practice Course at BPP University Law School into practice in her role as Paralegal. She has worked in our property team dealing with a variety of Residential and Commercial Property transactions, including drafting leases; Deeds of Covenants, and Rent Deposit Deeds. She works with high-net-worth clients, landowners, property owners, and healthcare advisors.
Kimberley has acted on a number of transactions for institutional investors, developers, and several large property owner clients in the retail and leisure sectors.
The hands-on support we offer our trainees during the programme will provide Kimberley with further exposure to cases, transactions, and clients whilst she is under close supervision by our solicitors and partners. The practical experience and problem-solving our trainees get during our programme will help Kimberley to develop the confidence and knowledge to build her profile and expertise.
We are thrilled to have Kimberley on our programme. She knows our clients, and the firm, and is enthusiastic and determined to pursue the next step in her journey to become a qualified solicitor.
About our training programme
We provide our trainees with a comprehensive training programme in all areas required for legal practice, including conflict resolution, family law, employment law, business and commercial law, real estate law, and private client law. From early on, Bowling & Co Solicitors provides trainees with the learning environment and exposure to transactions and problem-solving required to build their law profile. During the programme, our trainees are fully supervised and undertake regular client interaction.
If you would like any more information about our training programme, then please feel free to contact Jo Wilkins in the first instance on telephone 020 8221 8000.
This is not legal advice; it is intended to provide information of general interest about current legal issues.