Worthingtons Apprentice Solicitors Graduate

30 June 2015

The Partners and Staff of Worthingtons are delighted to congratulate both Sara McGaughey and Laura Feeney who have graduated from the Institute of Professional Legal Studies

Worthingtons Apprentice Solicitors Graduate

Laura won the following prizes:

The Tyrone Prize: This prize was endowed by the late Judge William Johnston, QC from a gift made to him by the Tyrone Solicitors’ Association.It is awarded to the trainee who achieves the highest mark in the County Court examination.

The Diageo NI Prize: This prize was established in 1990 by Guinness (Ireland) Ltd.It is awarded to the trainee who attains the highest standard in the Licensing examination.

The Pat Finucane Prize This prize was established in 2002 by Messrs Madden & Finucane Solicitors in memory of Pat Finucane, Solicitor.It is awarded to the trainee who attains the highest standard in the Criminal Procedure – Indictment Examination.

Belfast Solicitors Association: Laura has been awarded second place in this prize. These prizes were established in 2007 by the Belfast Solicitors Association.These prizes are awarded to the three solicitor trainees who attain the highest average marks in the Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Legal Studies examinations.

Both Laura and Sara are delighted to have completed their studies at IPLS QUB and are very much looking forward to continuing their legal careers as fully qualified Solicitors with Worthingtons.

In the words of Elbert Hubbard "The best preparation for good work tomorrow, is good work today".

We trust that the hard work put in by Laura and Sara to date will stand them in good stead for their future careers.


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