Ruby Agate, Katie Entwisle and Ruby Roberts passed all four required Manx Bar exams on their first attempt. Their results were announced on Friday 19th November.

Faye Moffett, Managing Partner for Appleby Isle of Man, said:

“Congratulations to Ruby, Katie and Ruby on their recent exam success. All three trainees dedicated a lot of time and effort to their studies and we are pleased to see their hard work and determination pay off. They are all talented individuals with a promising future in law.”

Ruby Roberts is now waiting to be formally called to the Manx Bar later this year, while Katie Entwisle and Ruby Agate will be formally called in 2022.

The trainees each joined the firm through Appleby’s Trainee Programme. Appleby’s trainee programme exposes trainees to a variety of practice areas, helping them identify the areas they may wish to specialise in. The firm also assigns a mentor to support the trainees as they undertake their placements.

Pictured below: From Left to Right: Katie Entwisle, Ruby Agate and Ruby Roberts.

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