Portadown law firm JPH Law has appointed two new trainee solicitors who will commence their Professional Legal Studies at Queens University Belfast in the coming weeks.
JPH Law, is part of The Law Group with offices in Portadown, Dungannon, Omagh, Banbridge, Newry, Castlewellan and Crossmaglen is delighted to be supporting Eamai Crowe and Rebecca Coyle as they take the next steps in their legal careers.
Director Kate Ervine, wishing both trainees well, said: “At JPH and The Law Group we are delighted to have both Rebecca and Eamai join our team of over twenty solicitors and we wish them every success as they embark on their Professional Legal Studies at Queens University Belfast.
“We are a busy and ever-growing law firm and being one of the largest firms outside of Belfast we have plenty of opportunities for professional growth in the years ahead.
“Rebecca has been with us whilst completing her Post Graduate studies and Eamai joined our Portadown practice earlier this summer.
“We are a growing and progressive law firm with solicitors covering general legal practice to a range of specialisms. We are proud of our roots in local communities and are delighted to see Rebecca and Eamai progress to the next step in their legal careers.
“This week is particularly historic for the legal profession with the appointment of Mrs Justice Siobhan Keegan as Northern Ireland’s Lady Chief Justice which demonstrates to young aspiring female law graduates that there is no glass ceiling within our profession.
“In the time that both Eamai and Rebecca have been with us they have proved to be very capable young women and I know they will make outstanding solicitors.
“Their empathy for the client is outstanding, they are both tenacious in their approach to their casework which is a key attribute in a lawyer and they are fantastic colleagues.”
Eamai Crowe, from Darkley, Co Armagh attended St Patrick’s High School, Keady before studying Law with Criminology at Ulster University.
Rebecca Coyle comes from Dungannon and attended St Joseph’s Grammar School, Donaghmore before studying Law at Ulster University and Medical Ethics at the University of Law.
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Commenting, Eamai added: “Taking the next step in my journey to become a solicitor is both exciting and daunting.
“I have enjoyed my time with JPH Law and have already been immersed in a range of cases from litigation to conveyancing and probate matters. I know the next few years will be challenging but hopefully rewarding.”
Rebecca concluded: “Law is something I have always been passionate about and Kate and the team at JPH Law have always been supportive and encouraging.
“I really enjoy the work and being part of a larger team of legal professionals, but I particularly enjoy the fact that the company is local, and it serves local people.
“I am looking forward to the next step in what has already been an incredible journey.”