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The main attraction for me was that I was paid a modest fee for my services, a welcome addition to my small training grant as an ex-serviceman because in those days articled clerks were not normally paid by their firms.
Probably trying to slink off to cover events for the ECHO when I was supposed to be doing my job as an articled clerk.
Once qualified, he became a solicitor and later took up a position as articled clerk at Wigan Magistrates Court between 1971 and 73.
After leaving school at 17, he became an articled clerk with accountants Wheeler, Whittingham and Kent.
Mine was u5 3s 9p ( with lunch vouchers ( as an articled clerk in London.
Griffiths, an unemployed former hotel worker, one-time law student and articled clerk to a solicitor, was found guilty of wounding with intent and causing grievous bodily harm with intent after a two-day trial.
Coventry solicitor Celia Grew, who has steered the progress of the agreement through the new Coventry's Community Legal Service Partnership, said it was the sort of step she had wanted to see 38 years ago when, as a young articled clerk, she had been told: "Always remember the legal profession is a service to the community.
I can recall (even now) that on my first day as an articled clerk (as I was then called, we now call them "Trainee Solicitors") a fearsome grey haired partner in my firm told me how privileged I was; not to be training with a top Birmingham firm, not even to be embarking on a career in the professions, but to start with an unblemished reputation and standing within the firm and the community at large.
Griffiths, an unemployed former hotel worker and one-time law student and articled clerk to a solicitor, was found guilty of wounding with intent and causing grievous bodily harm with intent after a two-day trial.
Born in May 1921, in Stoke, Coventry, Mr Dixon was a wireless operator in the Second World War before becoming an articled clerk with solicitors Penmans in 1947.
Once qualified, he became a solicitor, later taking up a position as articled clerk at Wigan Magistrates Court between 1971 and 73.
Born in Coventry in May 1921, he served as a wireless operator in the Second World War before becoming an articled clerk with solicitors Penmans in 1947.
David Higgs (below) joined his family firm, Higgs & Sons, in August 1957 as an articled clerk and has been with the Black Country-based firm ever since.
He joined as an articled clerk in Regent Street, Leamington, and then worked at offices in Coventry, Kenilworth and Dalkeith House in Leamington town centre before all the offices moved into a central purpose-built one in Rugby Road in 1993.