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Clare, who joined Linklaters as an articled clerk in 1982 and was elected Partner in 1991, is the first ever female solicitor to be appointed to the High Court without having practiced at the bar.
Philip Costigan joined Band Hatton as an articled clerk in 1975 before rising through the ranks to become a senior partner at Band Hatton Button which was formed from a merger in 2013.
When I started in the fifties as an articled clerk it was very different and training was different," he said.
He is also my former articled clerk when I was an equity partner in Thompson's Solicitors in Cardiff.
Liverpool FC fan Mr Black took time to reminisce about his very early days in law, when he was working as an articled clerk in the city.
Working as an articled clerk, then a solicitor, Mr Robinson went on to spend several years as a Treasury lawyer before moving into industry.
RUSSEL Jenkins was a well-known face on the South Wales legal circuit, having begun his 40-year career as an articled clerk in Talbot Green in 1967.
David commenced his training with Haden & Stretton solicitors as an articled clerk in 1959.
On returning to Huddersfield Mr Wilson joined the family firm of solicitors Mills, Best and Wilson as an articled clerk.
IN THE famous Numberi Court at St George's Hall, where the great criminal trials were held, I carved my name in 1946 when I was an articled clerk.
Criticism of the examinations was not restricted to the ranks of the articled clerk, whose complaints might be dismissed on the grounds that they had a direct vested interest in making them easier.
I was an articled clerk, doing various raceday jobs here back in 1964 when the new stand opened," says Sanderson.
When I left school I became an articled clerk to a firm of chartered accountants opposite the London law courts.