Made In Manchester Success For SAS Daniels’ Rising Star

Year Published: 2017

Leading North West law firm, SAS Daniels LLP is celebrating after the success of one of its rising stars at the Made in Manchester Awards 2017 which took place on Thursday, 2 February.

Sam Lydon, Employment Law and HR Paralegal at SAS Daniels

Sam Lydon, Paralegal

Employment Law & HR Paralegal, Sam Lydon who originally joined the firm as an Apprentice and is based at the firm’s Stockport office, was highly commended in the Apprenticeship of the Year category. A brand new category for 2017 aimed at an outstanding individual who is currently serving or has completed an apprenticeship in the last year.

Dominic McGovern, a Paralegal in the Conveyancing team at the Stockport office who like Sam initially joined the firm as an Apprentice, was also shortlisted for the same award.

The Made in Manchester Awards which are organised by future pro-manchester celebrate the best of Manchester’s young business talent including excellence in innovation, entrepreneurial spirit, training and development and leadership.

Entries are judged by sector experts in a two-tier competition process; a written entry form and an interview for the shortlisted applicants to ensure a fair, credible and professional process.

Commenting on her success, Sam said: “I am delighted and proud to have been highly commended for this award. SAS Daniels has provided me with an excellent start to my legal career and I am grateful for the firm’s continued support.”

Chris Swerling, Head of HR at SAS Daniels

Chris Swerling, Head of HR

Chris Swerling, Head of HR at SAS Daniels said: “We are thrilled that Sam’s hard work and dedication has been recognised by Made in Manchester. She is a great ambassador for the firm and this is a fantastic achievement. Well done!

“Congratulations also go to Dominic for all his hard work on being shortlisted.”

For further information about the Made in Manchester Awards, please visit: www.madeinmanchesterawards.co.uk

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