Harleen Hanson, left, with newly-qualified solicitor Jenny Nolan.

A member of the team at Fraser Dawbarns LLP has completed her training contract and qualified as a solicitor.

Jenny Nolan is now practising in the private client department in the firm’s King’s Lynn office, where she will be handling wills, probate and related matters.

Ms Nolan has been with Fraser Dawbarns since 2010 when she joined the criminal department, qualifying as an accredited police station representative and working as a clerk preparing court cases.

Although it no longer practices criminal law, she has remained with the firm, completing her Legal Practice Course and then working as a trainee solicitor. 

Throughout her studies, Ms Nolan has worked in the residential conveyancing department in the Wisbech and Downham Market offices and worked seats in the private client and commercial departments in Lynn.

“I am very excited to have now qualified as a solicitor and I am looking forward to continuing to develop and grow in this role,” Ms Nolan said. 

“I am very grateful for the help and support Fraser Dawbarns has given me during my time at the firm and throughout my training and I am delighted to be beginning the next stage in my legal career.”

Head of the private client department Harleen Hanson offered her congratulations, adding: “I have really enjoyed working with Jenny in the final seat of her training contract so I am very pleased that she is remaining in the private client department and staying in the King’s Lynn office. 

“Jenny’s hard work, great attitude and charm have meant that she is both a hit with our clients and popular with everyone at the firm. I wish her every success in her career.”