Liverpool law firm takes on two trainees
Liverpool law firm Provenio Litigation takes on two new trainees under its law graduate apprenticeship programme
Provenio Litigation has unveiled its two latest trainees.
Dani Norman and Flynn Saturley join the Liverpool law firm as part of its graduate apprenticeship programme. This was launched last year to attract the “very best legal talent”.
Provenio was launched in 2019 by a team of senior litigators from DLA Piper to advise on high value and complex business litigation. Its is led by Mark Goodwin.
Welcoming the trainees Emma Charnock, who was made partner at the firm a year ago, said: “We are looking forward to helping Dani and Flynn develop their skills and experience by working on complex, high-quality litigation.
“Our graduate apprenticeship programme is an exciting new route to qualification and we are delighted to welcome them to the firm.”
Dani, who joins as a trainee solicitor, added: “Following Provenio’s vacation scheme week, I was able to gain invaluable insights into their working environment and day-to-day tasks of a litigation firm.
“Ultimately, I decided that the best way to further my legal career would be to work with Provenio while studying with the University of Law.”
Also joining as a trainee solicitor, Flynn said: “A career in law is something that I have pursued from the first careers fair I attended at school.
“Since then, I have attained as much experience as possible across various practice areas and on both sides of the legal profession.
“A placement at Provenio after my second year at university inspired me to choose final year modules oriented towards dispute resolution and commercial contexts, and further reaffirmed my decision to pursue the solicitor route.”