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A Quiz Night with Hay & Kilner Law Firm

Bealim House

Hay & Kilner offer a complete and personal legal service to both commercial and private clients locally and nationally.

Please join us if you're interested in pursuing a career in law in the North East.  We'd like to give you the opportunity to learn more about our firm and to talk to our trainees and qualified solicitors in a relaxed environment.

The evening will include a team quiz with prizes, food and drink.

Space is limited so please reply ASAP to

Don't forget to send us your name, course and year.

Invitations will be issued on a first come first served basis, if thereafter you are not able to attend the evening, please would you let us know as son as possible so that we can invite another to take your place.

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Bealim House
17-25 Gallowgate

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