Visit from newest team member

On Wednesday 3rd May 2018 the offices of SCE Solicitors were treated to the great honour of a visit by the newest team member – Olive Cakali.

The office was decorated and while the team got their share of cuddles, Mummy Samira was able to enjoy lunch and was showered with presents for the baby.

Everyone thought baby Olive was adorable and even Courtney overcame her nerves and enjoyed her cuddles.

It was lovely to see Samira, even just for a short visit, and the team at SCE wish her, baby Olive and the rest of the family well and a restful maternity leave.

Samira is expected to return from Maternity leave in July, however in the meantime the Employment Team will be available to discuss your employment issues.

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