We are delighted to announce that one of our trainee solicitors, Sebastian Jakubowski, is now a newly qualified solicitor! Huge congratulations to Sebastian from the entire firm!
Sebastian has developed himself in an area of law he is passionate about and has gained a huge amount of experience and expertise during his training programme at Bowling & Co. He has had the opportunity to work on some very interesting cases and very importantly has developed some strong relationships in the law and with clients over the years.
Sebastian is particularly grateful for the two years of rigorous training he has been through at Bowling & Co, and that he has successfully completed his training contract with flying colours and has qualified as a solicitor in our Property Litigation team.
Sebastian says: “my thanks go out to the people that have made today possible, including Tony Chauhan, Dinesh Raja, and Huseyin Enver Huseyin
for giving me the chance to join Bowling and Co Solicitors and later granting me a training contract which has led me to where I am today.
I’m now looking forward to continuing my journey at Bowling & Co Solicitors and I’m excited for what the future brings!”
Sebastian deals with a variety of litigation cases including possession proceedings, lease extensions, party wall and boundary disputes, forfeiture proceedings, debt recovery, and contract claims. Sebastian will continue to act for private individuals as well as companies and insurers.
Our Property Partner, Tony Chauhan said: “We are particularly proud of the exemplary dedication, hard work, and passion Sebastian has demonstrated towards his work, his clients, colleagues, and the firm since he started with us. He has already made such a positive mark on this firm, and we cannot wait to see what the future holds for him as part of our team.”
Over the years Bowling & Co Solicitors have developed a proud track record of developing future legal tal
Find out more about Sebastian here.
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