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articled

bound by a written contract, such as one that governs a period of training. Hence the solicitor in England once started working life as an articled clerk. See also APPRENTICE.
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For 'Articled Clerk', "If we are to judge from the books given, the students will have a very great deal of work to do", [The Accountant, 15 July 1882, p.
When I left school I became an articled clerk to a firm of chartered accountants opposite the London law courts.
"In 1994, she joined Bennett and Co as an articled clerk and became a partner of that firm in April 2001.
Following service in the navy at the end of the Second World War, he joined Wragge & Co as an articled clerk, becoming a partner in 1959.
Joining Tait Walker as an articled clerk in 1965, he went on to become an audit senior specialising in advising the practice's farming and healthcare clients.
Lawyer Barry Sankey started working for the embryonic University of Warwick Science Park in 1982 when he was an articled clerk.
He joined Childwall 19 years ago and recalling his introduction to golf, says: "When I qualified as a solicitor 30 years ago I took on a young man as an articled clerk.
On returning to Huddersfield Mr Wilson joined the family firm of solicitors Mills, Best and Wilson as an articled clerk.
David Higgs joined family firm Higgs & Sons in August 1957 as an articled clerk and has worked there ever since.
I briefed her in my early days as an articled clerk and then as a young solicitor when she was a junior counsel, King's Counsel (K.C.), and later, on the accession of the Queen, Queen's Counsel (Q.C.).
About 25 years ago I was a solicitor's articled clerk earning pounds 3 per week and with a dream of becoming a course bookmaker.