Woodfines’ office in Milton Keynes recently welcomed two new solicitors, who qualified following Woodfines’ training programme with the firm.
Nathan Taylor-Allkins has joined Woodfines’ Crime and Regulatory team, and will be specialising in all manner of criminal defence matters, along with advising on health and safety, environmental issues, licensing, and motoring and transport law.
Nathan is local to Milton Keynes and joined Woodfines’ trainee solicitor programme in 2013. On qualifying and joining the team as a newly qualified solicitor, Nathan commentated that he is “thrilled to be joining the Crime and Regulatory team in the Milton Keynes office, assisting individuals and businesses in their time of need."
Meanwhile, Helen Simpson has also joined the office after completing Woodfines’ two-year solicitor training programme and will be providing legal services within the field of Wills and Probate, whilst also advising on Inheritance Tax, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection applications.
Helen aims to provide people with assistance and advice during what can be a confusing time in their lives, and hopes to be able to help people feel more confident about their future plans.
To find out more about Woodfines’ training programmes for those wanting a career as solicitors, please see our Training Contracts page.