Bethan Creasey has qualified as a solicitor at Parker Bullen just a month after her colleague Leah Houghton.
Bethan qualified as a solicitor into the Private Client department after completing her two year training contract. Prior to this she was a graduate of Oxford Brookes and then completed her Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course with the University of Law in Guildford.
During her training at Parker Bullen Bethan has supported the private client, family and commercial property teams.
Gareth Horner, Managing Partner at Parker Bullen commented; “As a small but growing regional law firm we are incredibly proud to be able to support trainee solicitors through to qualifying. Having both Leah and Bethan qualify within weeks of each other is also good for our firm as we are very pleased to be able to offer both of these solicitors full time contracts.”
Bethan Creasey, solicitor, Parker Bullen, said; “I really enjoyed training with Parker Bullen. I was fortunate to work with various partners within the firm and leading experts in their field. Two things stand out; trainees are welcomed as part of the team, my learning curve was steep but as a result I gained greater knowledge and confidence. Second, the partners place commensurate trust in their trainees which is a reflection of their experience. For me this meant leading our very successful keyworker will scheme at the request of managing partner Gareth Horner, this saw over 50 NHS workers benefit from half price will. Needless to say I would like to thank everyone who supported me and I look forward to continuing my career with Parker Bullen LLP”