Congratulations to our Student of the Year 2021 and runners up!

Published by Richard Heasman on 17 February 2022

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We’re very proud of all our students and the dedication they show to their work, their studies and their ‘extracurricular’ activities both inside and out of work. Particularly during the last couple of years when our students have shown adaptability, resilience and commitment despite the challenging circumstances.

We established our annual Student of the Year Awards in 2019 in loving memory of our colleague Janet Fautley, a leading light for us in continuous learning and excellence. The panel of judges consider a range of factors, including exam results, performance in role, wider firm contributions, our values and supporting comments.

After many nominations from across the firm and careful consideration by the panel, we were delighted to present the Student of the Year 2021 award to Gemma Steer who is based in our Horsham office.

We are also proud to announce Rowan Pullies and Rachel Witney as runner ups.

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