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The Apprentice exclusive: Solicitor Sarah Ann Magson reveals she won’t be quitting law anytime soon

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Exclusive: Legal Cheek sat down with Sarah Ann Magson to talk about life inside and outside of The Apprentice

Exclusive: Legal Cheek sat down with solicitor Sarah Ann Magson to talk about life inside and outside of The Apprentice

Posted by Legal Cheek on Monday, December 10, 2018

High street solicitor Sarah Ann Magson has revealed she has no plans to quit law following her time on The Apprentice.

Speaking in an interview with Legal Cheek, the 37-year-old civil law specialist, who was fired from the show last week following a chaotic Christmas chocolate task, revealed she’d already returned to her day job at Watson Woodhouse Solicitors in Middlesbrough.

It’s in her spare time that Magson runs her online business, Little Arrivals, which manufactures nursery furniture. Had Lord Sugar chosen Magson to be his next protégé, she would have used the £250,000 investment to build a complimentary business selling soft textiles.

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However, being fired hasn’t put a stop to the solicitor’s business ambitions. Magson tells us:

“I do want to be my own girl boss so I’m going to continue pushing my own online business — and why not? I can multi-task!”

As Legal Cheek readers will know, Magson wasn’t the only legally minded contestant in the competition this year. Joining her was aspiring actor Kurran Pooni, a University of Law grad. When asked if she ever talked shop with Pooni, Magson responded: “We tried to steer away from legal questions — I didn’t want to embarrass him”.

To find out more about the solicitor’s life inside and outside The Apprentice, watch the video embedded top.

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