Monday 13 November 2017

One year into my Training Contract with GHS!

Kagowa Kuruneri of Garden House Solicitors Hertford Hertfordshire
Article by Kagowa Kuruneri
It doesn’t seem like too long has passed since I started training, but looking back on the year, it is definitely evident! 

Although it has been gone by quickly, it has been a fun and memorable year. That said, the most rewarding experiences I have had have been bringing cases to conclusion and receiving positive and encouraging feedback from my clients. It has been very reassuring to know that many of you have been well pleased and satisfied with my work and it is always very humbling when you return for assistance on other matters.

I am thoroughly enjoying my training here because this firm is unlike any other high street firm you could encounter. GHS is so unique: from our quaint Victorian house to the wonderful individuals you’ll find inside. There is always something to look forward to, whether it is another outrageously fabulous event or pushing to achieve the best possible outcome for our clients. Once again I find myself excited for what this next year holds I know will be another adventure.  I am looking forward to this next chapter and to meeting new clients and helping them with Family and Employment law matters. My hope, going forward, is that this year will be just as fun and successful as the last, if not more! 

A big thank you to my clients and to every single person who has made this past year truly remarkable, I couldn’t keep going without you. 

If you need any assistance with any aspect of Family or Employment Law, please call me on 01992 422 128 or email me here

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