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Webinar: Financial planning for junior lawyers, 10 September
This webinar will take place on Thursday 10 September 2020, from 12pm to 1pm.
This free webinar is aimed at providing financial advice, information and signposting for junior lawyers. It is being presented and hosted by Wesleyan in association with the Junior Lawyers Division.
The webinar is free to attend but delegates must register first.
Call Alison Maxam on 07771 561946 if you have any questions regarding the webinar.
In collaboration with the Junior Lawyers Division, Wesleyan Financial Services is offering JLD members a free to attend webinar designed to help with their financial planning.
During these uncertain times it is important that we all review our financial situation and undertake proper financial planning, thinking about short, mid and long-term goals and what you need to do financially to support those goals.
This webinar will explore a variety of aspects including:
- the importance of financial planning
- understanding your pay slip
- building a credit score
- prioritising your needs
- savings and investments
- buying your own home
Domonik McNair Templeton, financial consultant
Domonik has been working in financial services for over nine years advising both personal and commercial clients, with a lot of that time advising on mortgages and insurance I have built up a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Mark Swallow, financial consultant
Mark has been working in the financial services profession since 1996. He worked as an independent financial adviser based in London’s West End, where he gained a huge amount of experience, dealing with both young and established professionals.
Mark joined Wesleyan in 2008 and now dedicates his time to both understanding and providing tailored holistic advice to the legal profession. Outside of work, he is a keen sports fan and watch collector.
Charlotte Parkinson, chair, Junior Lawyers Division
Charlotte is an associate at Addleshaw Goddard in Leeds, specialising in commercial litigation. Before qualifying, Charlotte graduated from the University of Huddersfield's masters in law and practice course and then worked for three years as a paralegal before training at a regional firm. Charlotte then moved to Addleshaw Goddard on qualification.
Charlotte was previously a member of the JLD executive committee for three years and, after taking one year out, was re-elected as vice chair. She looks forward to continuing working hard to represent junior lawyers during her year as chair (2019/2020).
Who should attend?
This event is open to all JLD members who would like to have a better understanding of the financial planning.
How do I attend?
Register your attendance to the webinar and an invite will be sent to you.