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Shannon Gaughan

Shannon Gaughan

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Inspiring Quote

"All for one and one for all."

Mission Statement: Relax. You're in Good Hands.

How did you end up in this role?

I came to work for the company through my connections to both Eilidh and Sinead. We all met during our time at the Diploma at Strathclyde University. After interviewing with both Emma and Billy, I was offered the position of solicitor with the firm.

What do you love most about your job?

My favourite part of my job is meeting new clients and developing good working relationships with them. There is nothing better than resolving an issue for a client and have them walk away happy with our service.

How do you do what you do?

Time management is half of the battle. Harnessing the technology at your disposal is the other half.

About Shannon

Shannon attended Glasgow University from 2010-2014, graduating with a 2:1 Honours Degree in Law and Politics. She then decided to venture into the world of business. She began working with E&J Gallo International Winery in sales.

Shannon decided to return to the law in 2016 by enrolling in the Diploma in Legal Practice at Strathclyde University. After a successful time at Strathclyde University, Shannon was offered a traineeship with Macnairs and Wilson solicitors.

Upon completing her traineeship, Shannon began work with Clarity Simplicity Ltd and has enjoyed a warm welcome from the team.

Personal Information

I enjoy socialising with friends and spending time with family. I also love travelling to new places and trying new things!

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