Blandy & Blandy LLP Solicitors

News // 16 September 2019

Sophie Clark Joins Probate, Tax & Trusts Team

Sophie Clark has joined Blandy & Blandy LLP's leading Probate, Tax & Trusts team as a solicitor upon the completion of her training contract with the firm.

She spent 12 months of her training contract in the team and she will be based in the firm's Henley-on-Thames office at 24 Thameside.

Sophie said: “I applied for a training contract at Blandy & Blandy because of its fantastic reputation and I am delighted to be joining the firm’s leading private client team.

My experience of training here has been an excellent and enjoyable one and I am greatly looking forward to developing my experience as a solicitor at the firm. Returning to work in Henley, a lovely town that I know very well, makes it even better.”

Sophie gained A*AA in her A Levels at The Henley College in 2013, before going on to study Law at the University of Reading, where she obtained a 2:1. Sophie was previously a pupil at Langtree School in Woodcote.

Partner Caroline Casagranda added: “Congratulations to Sophie on her qualification – we are very pleased to welcome her to our team and to our growing Henley office.”

Sophie has previously returned to both the College and the University to share her experience and insights with students considering a career in Law.

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