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A family-run Staffordshire law firm is celebrating as one of its specialist team continues to carve out an impressive career with a double accolade.
Lichfield-based Adcocks Solicitors is delighted to announce that trainee Solicitor Maddie Williams was admitted to the role of solicitors on April 1st following the end of her training contract on 31st March.
Maddie will take up her role as a fully qualified Solicitor with immediate effect, joining the Private Client and Family team full-time.
And that’s not all. Maddie has also won praise from Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce after being named as the Sutton Coldfield, Lichfield and Tamworth and Cannock Chase Young Professional of the Year.
Maddie praised by award judges for going “above and beyond” for clients
Judges said Maddie had “gone above and beyond for often vulnerable, elderly clients” and had “taken the initiative to reform and reshape policies and procedures to give a more seamless client journey.”
Maddie, who specialises in private client work, creating wills, lasting powers of attorney, and trusts, said she was “incredibly proud” to have achieved her goal in qualifying as a solicitor.
She added: “I thoroughly enjoy the work that I do on a day-to-day basis.
“It can be very rewarding assisting the elderly and sometimes vulnerable clients in matters that can often be daunting or distressing to them.
“I always endeavour to make the process as smooth as possible for them, so it is a huge honour to be recognised for my efforts with this award, which also puts me in good stead for my future career.”
“Hard-working and dedicated” – Maddie continues to carve out impressive law career
Maddie joined Adcocks Solicitors in June 2018. Having achieved a BA degree in English from the University of Nottingham and LLM Master of Laws from Birmingham City University, Maddie was taken on as a permanent member of the Adcocks’ team. Maddie went on to pass her Legal Practice Course (LPC) with a distinction and began her training contract in 2021.
Head of Adcocks’ Private Client and Family department Kerry Davies, who has supported Maddie on her journey as her training principal, said: “Maddie is extremely dedicated and hard-working and has always gone over and above in her commitment and service to our clients.
“Qualifying as a solicitor, and receiving this prestigious award, are well-deserved milestones for Maddie, who is a great asset to Adcocks and our Private Client and Family team.”
For more on Adcocks, whose specialist areas include Enfranchisement and Leasehold Property and Residential and Commercial Property please visit www.adcocks-solicitors.co.uk, call 01543 442100 or email email@example.com.