Nic Le Breuilly has graduated from Ogier's English Solicitor training programme and has joined the firm as an associate.
Nic has successfully completed the two-year training scheme programme, which is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. The programme sees trainees take on up to four seats, including time in litigation, and incorporates the Professional Skills Course and an experiential litigation course that includes a mock trial at the Magistrate's Court.
Since graduating from the scheme, Nic has joined Ogier's Corporate team in Jersey as an associate.
Ogier is one of only two Channel Island firms to have invested in a training scheme regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Graduates of the scheme include Partner Richard Daggett and a number of counsel in the firm.
Partner Richard Daggett, who leads the training scheme, said: "We are delighted to celebrate Nic's success and welcome him to his new role as an associate.
"Qualifying as a Solicitor is a landmark in anyone's legal career, and our investment in supporting trainees through a dedicated development programme equivalent to those run by City firms is something that we take significant pride in."