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    Burges Salmon promotes three to partner

    April 4, 2017 Burges Salmon has announced its 2017 promotions round, in which the firm made up three associates. The promotions include Emma Folkes, Ian Tucker, and Michael Ward. Real estate associate Folkes joined Burges in 2007…

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    Burges Salmon hires legal apprentices under new scheme

    September 28, 2016 Burges Salmon has launched an apprenticeship programme under the Trailblazers Apprenticeship in Law Initiative, a new Government scheme. The firm has hired five apprentices who started work on 26 September. Eversheds has…

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    Macfarlanes set to raise trainee intake numbers

    September 16, 2015 Macfarlanes has said that it will increase its number of trainees in its next recruitment round. The firm currently takes 25 trainees each year. It expects to raise that number to between 27 and 30 trainees. Several…

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    DWF hires EnergySolutions GC

    June 23, 2015 DWF has brought on the general counsel of EnergySolutions, a global nuclear waste disposal business, as a partner in Bristol. Simon Stuttaford joins DWF’s national nuclear energy team after four years with…

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    Hamlins launches dedicated sports practice

    June 5, 2015 West End firm Hamlins will launch a dedicated sports practice and has recruited Mark Gay, a sports litigator, from Burges Salmon. Gay was with Burges Salmon for four years. Prior to that, he headed the sports practice at…

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    Kennedys CEO to step down

    November 5, 2014 Guy Stobart, chief executive officer of Kennedys will relinquish his role as CEO at the end of this year. Currently, the firm has not announced any plans for his replacement. Stobart, who joined Kennedys from Burges…

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    UK trainee retention rates hold steady in 2012

    December 15, 2012 Trainee retention rates at top English law firms remained fairly steady this year, down 1.5 per cent on last year’s numbers to reach 79 per cent in 2012. At the same time, top firms took on 16 per cent more…

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