A legal executive is celebrating after she became an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (ACILEX).
Elizabeth Kelly, conveyancing executive at Woodcocks Haworth and Nuttall, has received the qualification and will now continue her studies to become a graduate member.
The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives is the professional association and governing body for legal executive lawyers and the leading provider of comprehensive legal education and training.
Elizabeth, who is 40 and from Bury, started her career at WHN as assistant and has since gained professional and vocational training at Oldham’s PVLT study centre. She now specialises in residential conveyancing helping clients across the area access expert legal advice.
She commented: “This method of training has allowed me to manage a busy family life whilst attaining a professional qualification and I now intend to continue my professional development and become a fellow member of CILEX.
“It’s pleasing to become an Associate of CILEX as it ensures our clients receive the very best levels of care and service whether they are buying or selling a property”
Partner at WHN, David Buskey added: “We’re committed to developing the talent within our workforce and it’s always pleasing to see our staff advance and progress with the firm.
“Elizabeth thoroughly deserves her success, which is down to pure determination and hard work, and we will are very pleased to now have another talented lawyer on board.”