Grimsby student qualifies as solicitor with Lincolnshire firm
Ian Howard, left, with Nikkita Nelson-Aylott
By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 7 Jun 2018
FORMER Franklin College student Nikkita Nelson–Aylott has qualified as a solicitor with Lincolnshire firm JMP.
Having studied A levels in English, Law and History at Franklin College after completing her studies at Caistor Grammar School, she went on to study law and complete her professional examinations at Nottingham Trent University, before working as a paralegal in Manchester.
In 2015 she was offered a training contract with JMP Solicitors in Grantham.
She will specialise in civil litigation cases, including personal injury work for the firm.
Managing director, Ian Howard, said: “Supporting trainee solicitors is an integral part of our business ethos. We are proud of what Nikkita has achieved and congratulate her on successfully achieving her qualification.
She is a great asset to us and I know that she will go on to have a successful career.”
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