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The Firm's very own Trainee of the Year Audrey Dishington, who received the accolade at the Law Awards of Scotland in October, has been retained and taken on as an assistant solicitor at Pagan Osborne, together with two of her colleagues.
She joins the firms Private Client team in St Andrews, whilst Sarah Caroline Boyle and Jennifer Cruikshank will join the Family Law team in Edinburgh. The appointments have been made in areas Pagan Osborne say they are looking to develop.
"It is rewarding when our trainees express such a strong desire to continue their careers with Pagan Osborne," said Pagan Osborne's chief Executive Alistair Morris
"Bringing in new talent will encourage new ideas in the Firm and keep us relevant and committed to our clients.²
They will assume their posiitons on 1 June.
Dishington said that the opportunity to stay at Pagan Osborne was one she couldn¹t turn down.
"I have worked with the Firm for twelve years and they have been extremely supportive of my request to train as a solicitor."
"Over the last two years Pagan Osborne has allowed me to tailor my traineeship which has enhanced my development in key areas of Private Client practice. I have also become involved in a variety of new initiatives within the Firm which contributed to my award last year."