• Brabners Chaffe Street launches partnership with The College of Law

    7 October 2009


    Leading corporate and commercial law firm, Brabners Chaffe Street, has announced The College of Law as its preferred graduate training provider.

    The new city-centre College in Manchester will provide exclusive full-service training in line with the firm’s specialisms, culture and exacting standards, to ensure a smooth transition across all stages of pre-qualification.

    From this year the College will offer bespoke tuition to future Brabners Chaffe Street employees, with a portfolio of training options including the Legal Practice Course (LPC), Professional Skills Course (PSC), Management Stage One for newly qualified solicitors and professional development training for qualified lawyers.

    Dr Tony Harvey, director of training and risk at Brabners Chaffe Street, said: “Investing in the development of our team is of paramount importance to us. We are extremely excited to be working with The College of Law to ensure our trainees and newly qualified solicitors can benefit from their excellent educational expertise.

    “The full service training solution, through the College’s bespoke programmes, will enable our staff to experience first class College of Law training within the context of Brabners Chaffe Street’s particular culture and values."

    Dr Tony Harvey of Brabners Chaffe Street.

    Dr Tony Harvey of Brabners Chaffe Street

    Added Tricia Chatterton, regional director of The College of Law: “This is great news for our new Manchester centre, which is certainly making its mark since launching earlier this month. The contract is a key addition to our rapidly growing portfolio of partnerships with reputed law firms across the UK. The College’s commitment to excellence ensures future lawyers in the North West have exactly the right mix of skills before they embark on their careers in the profession."

    Further information

    Contact Lucy Wray, Press Officer, The College of Law on 01483 216072 (lucy.wray@lawcol.co.uk).