One of Scotland’s top law firms is investing in its future – by giving its backing to the Press and Journal’s Apprentice 100 campaign.
Aberdein Considine plans to take on five trainees in 2016 – and has pledged to up this to eight in 2017 to help us reach our aim to create 100 apprentices in 100 days.
The three additional trainee solicitor positions brings us ever closer to our total with James Dun’s House, Ocean Kinetics, Macdonald Hotels and Brodies all pledging 13 apprentices between them this week.
Jacqueline Law, managing partner of Aberdein Considine, said: “At Aberdein Considine, we have always seen the time spent training our young lawyers as an investment in the future of the firm.
“The vast majority of partners and associates started here as trainees, including myself. I enjoyed a hugely rewarding traineeship just as the firm was growing.”
The Scottish legal firm will now join our roll of honour alongside an ever growing list of supporters including Nick Nairn, BT, Stewart Milne Group, Aberdeenshire Council, Aberdeen Asset Management, Score Europe, Aiken Group, Anderson, Anderson & Brown, Aircon Scotland, Meldrum House Hotel, nSYS, Johnstons of Elgin, Caledonian Petroleum Services and The St Swithen Nursery.