Two new appointments at Sintons strengthens across the business
Two new appointments have been made at Sintons as the firm continues to strengthen and grow departments throughout the business.
Daniel Earle and Charlotte Johnston have both joined the Newcastle-based firm as paralegals to add additional capacity and capability to two key departments, during a time of continuous development for Sintons through its Strategy for Growth.
Both will gain experience of working within Sintons before becoming trainees with the firm from September 2020, having each won a two-year training contract after impressing during Sintons’ graduate recruitment week earlier this year.
Daniel has become a paralegal in the firm’s dispute resolution department, adding further to the team’s fast-increasing capability and reputation, which was rewarded with a coveted team of the year win at the Northern Law Awards 2019.
Charlotte joins Sintons’ real estate team, one of the biggest and most highly-rated in the region, which acts nationally for an array of major clients and is regularly instructed in many of the biggest and most significant property deals in the North East.
The new appointments are the latest in an array of new lawyers to join Sintons, as part of its ongoing recruitment drive to add new legal excellence to the firm. Recruitment is a key component in its Strategy for Growth, which underpins the development of the firm as it pushes on with its goal of being the law firm of choice for businesses, organisations and individuals regionally and nationally.
Mark Quigley, managing partner of Sintons, said: “Our Strategy for Growth contains ambitious targets for us as a firm to achieve, but we are delighted to report we are making very strong progress. To help sustain the growth of key parts of the business, recruitment plays a key role in this, and we are committed to attracting and retaining outstanding legal talent to support the development of Sintons.
“Daniel and Charlotte are both outstanding aspiring lawyers who thoroughly impressed during our graduate recruitment week, and we are delighted they have accepted the opportunity to join us before commencing their training contracts. This will give them vital insight into our aims and ambitions as a firm, as well as allowing them to benefit from the experience and expertise of the many outstanding lawyers we have here already. We wish them luck as they begin their careers with Sintons.”