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20 Feb 19
Becoming a Public Lawyer in Wales

Public Law Wales and Young Legal Aid Lawyers recently launched the Young Legal Aid Lawyers in Wales with a seminar discussing ‘Becoming a Public Lawyer in Wales’.

Trainee Solicitor at Watkins & Gunn, Eleri Griffiths, was invited to speak at the seminar last week and delivered a successful presentation alongside Rhodri Williams QC (barrister at Thirty Park Place Chambers and Treasurer of the Wales and Chester Circuit) and Alannah Lewis (Young Legal Aid Lawyers).

Eleri is currently undertaking her training contract at Watkins & Gunn to become a qualified solicitor.  It was fantastic that she was asked to speak at such an event; being able to give real insight into what it takes to become a Public Lawyer in Wales.

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COVID-19 

We are delighted to announce that our offices are now open to the public  between 10am and 4pm Monday to Friday, by appointment.

We will continue to provide our services remotely outside those hours so that you will be able to contact us between 8.3oam and 5pm.

We have followed Welsh Government guidance to allow us to open our doors safely. We have hand sanitisers, PPE, protective screens and are enforcing  two metre spacing. We have also limited the numbers allowed in our buildings by operating a rota of those office working and those working remotely.

Go to our CoVid 19 page for more information.

Thank you for your continued patience at this difficult time.

Stay safe and well.