Scunthorpe student qualifies as solicitor

By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 26 Apr 2019

FORMER Scunthorpe student Harveen Dhinsa has qualified as a solicitor with Lincolnshire law firm Mason Baggott & Garton.

Harveen Dhinsa, pictured, has now joined the Barton office’s family law and private client departments.

She said: “MB&G is well-known for developing close relationships with clients that span generations. I am delighted to have the opportunity to progress my career within this well-respected firm. Having been brought up in north Lincolnshire, I am particularly looking forward to serving clients in my local area.”

Educated at St Bede’s before heading west to study in Sheffield, she completed the Legal Practice Course at The University of Law in Leeds, before joining the firm as a conveyancing assistant. Partner Sarah Regan said: “We are delighted. Over the last two years she has proved herself to be a great asset to the firm and Harveen’s local knowledge means she is very well-placed to understand the needs of our clients. I look forward to working with her and seeing her talent develop further.”



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