Lawrence Dunne Qualifies as a Solicitor

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Lawrence Dunne Qualifies as a Solicitor

Congratulations on Lawrence Dunne's achievement in qualifying as a solicitor!

With seven years of legal experience, Lawrence has been unwavering in his commitment to becoming a qualified solicitor.

Lawrence studied A-level Law at Shrewsbury 6th Form and earned a Second-Class Honours Law degree from the University of the West of England in Bristol. In 2019, he completed the LPC course with distinctions in Litigation and Property Law, further enriching his knowledge and practical skills.

Lawrence began his training contract with Bell Lamb & Joynson in 2021 after joining as a Paralegal in April 2020. During this time Lawrence has worked with the Conveyancing and Private Client teams where he has gained valuable experience assisting our solicitors and developing his legal expertise.

We are thrilled that Lawrence has qualified.

Lawrence has received outstanding reviews from customers about his professional and dedicated service. One Private Client describes his experience of working with Lawrence,

“He went above and beyond. At very short notice he was able to do a home visit to help my mum. He was so professional, knowledgeable, friendly and understanding. This company cares about their customers and I would completely recommend them.”

A Residential Property client engaged us to sell their home and said:

“From start to finish Lawrence went above and beyond. The sale was not as straightforward as we assumed but he was absolutely on the ball. Responding promptly and advising what information was required and when. Can't thank him enough for his patience and perseverance!”

Lawrence's qualification as a Solicitor is a testament to his dedication and the exceptional service he provides to our clients. With a strong educational foundation, years of practical experience, and passion and perseverance to provide the best possible service to our clients, Lawrence is well-equipped to make valuable contributions to the firm and to the legal profession.

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