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A great night for Manchester Met apprentices at the Made in Manchester Awards!

Legal Services Apprentice receives 'Highly Commended' prize

Sam Lydon receiving her prize

Sam Lydon, SAS Daniels, receiving her 'Highly Commended' prize

Manchester Metropolitan University were well represented at this years' Made in Manchester Awards, held at the city's Hilton Hotel, where Sam Lydon, a Legal Services Apprentice with SAS Daniels, was awarded a 'Highly Commended' prize. It was a double celebration for SAS Daniels, who had a second nomination in the same category with Dominic McGovern.

Sam received her award on stage amongst celebrations from colleagues and the Manchester Met Legal Apprenticeships team who were also in attendance.

Julie Adshead, Director of Legal Apprenticeship Programmes at Manchester Law School said:

'We are so proud of Sam in achieving this well-deserved award. The recognition of Dominic and Sam's achievements provides inspiration for all legal services apprentices and these awards highlight the importance of apprenticeships in the modern world of work.'

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