Leading legal, financial and property specialist Pagan Osborne has appointed two newly qualified solicitors.
Sarah Thurston and Jill Moffat completed their traineeships with Pagan Osborne and have now embarked on permanent positions within the business.
Sarah is working in Pagan Osborne’s Private Client team in Cupar. The University of Edinburgh graduate said:
“I am really happy to have been kept on at Pagan Osborne. I learned a great deal throughout my traineeship and am delighted to have secured a position in the Private Client team. I enjoy the face-to-face interaction with clients and diversity of the work and law in this department.”
Jill has joined the Commercial and Business Services team in Edinburgh. Jill studied for her law degree at the University of Glasgow before completing her diploma at the University of Edinburgh. She said:
“I am absolutely delighted to be staying at Pagan Osborne and joining the Commercial and Business Services team. There is a wide range of work to do, from commercial leases through to business sales, so it is very interesting. I really enjoyed my traineeship and was very happy to secure a permanent position.”
Pagan Osborne also recently promoted Ian Fraser in the Commercial and Business Services team to technical partner.
Alistair Morris, chief executive of Pagan Osborne, said:
“It is important that, in these challenging times, we continue to build and invest in a strong team so that we have the skills and expertise to help us deliver a high-quality, forward-thinking service for our clients now and so we are prepared with the best possible skill-set for when economic pressures ease.
“Sarah and Jill excelled throughout their traineeships and we were confident they would both bring something to the teams they have been appointed to and be an asset to Pagan Osborne and our clients.”