NI Young Solicitors’ Continue Partnership with Hunter Savage for their 2020 Events Calendar

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Hunter Savage is delighted to be partnering with NI Young Solicitors’ Association (NIYSA) to support their CPD and Social event calendar across 2020.

This is a prestigious portfolio of events and one which Andrew Currie, Associate Director at Hunter Savage commented, “The NIYSA is a very professional organisation and they host an amazing number of high profile professional and social events across the year. We are delighted to be partnering with them to ensure their continued success and development of new events across the year. Our legal team are very much are looking forward to meeting with many of Northern Ireland’s Young Solicitors’ in the coming months.”

Owen Williamson, Chair of the Northern Ireland Young Solicitors’ Association commented, “Following on from our collaboration last year, the NIYSA are absolutely delighted to have re-entered into partnership with Hunter Savage in 2020.  As an established and respected brand in a competitive market, Hunter Savage is a perfect partner for the NIYSA.  The NIYSA hope to build on the close links established with Hunter Savage over the past year in order to provide a comprehensive programme of CPD and social events for your members.”

Hunter Savage is a leading niche recruitment consultancy, specialising Accountancy & Finance, Engineering & Technical, Financial Services, Human Resources, Insurance, Legal, and Sales & Marketing. We believe in adopting a personal, consultative approach to recruitment, tailored to the candidates and employers we work with. We work with ambitious individuals and employers, getting to know them in detail and helping to put together perfect partnerships. 

If you would like to speak to our team about your potential career development within our key sectors, please do not hesitate to give us a call on 028 9008 0031, alternatively follow us on our social media platforms to keep updated on all our jobs, news and events.

Andrew Currie

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