New PRIME chair to take social mobility scheme 'to next level' with longer-term career support
Brodies managing partner and Aspiring Solicitors founder join PRIME board
PRIME’s new chairman Nicholas Cheffings has added two new members to the social mobility initiative’s board and created an advisory committee in a revamp that is set to see PRIME focus on building longer-term contact with alumni.
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