Sidley Austin has retained 100% of its trainees, offering positions to nine out of nineRoll On Friday has collected trainee retention figures for UK law firms, reporting that
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Berwin Leighton Paisner is keeping just 64 per cent of its March qualifying trainees, though the firm has said that it intends to ‘bounce back’ in the next intake.
Nabarro has released its trainee retention figures, confirming that it will be keeping on seven of its nine trainees from the spring intake - a retention rate of 78 per cent. The
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
Clifford Chance has slashed its trainee program in London, taking on fewer new trainees and informing current trainees that they are not guaranteed aRoll On Friday reports that
MacRoberts has reported that it is keeping just two of its 11 trainees, slipping in to last place in the trainee retention ranking by keeping just 18 per cent ofScottish law firm
Simmons & Simmons has announced that just two of its eight qualifying trainees will be taking up post-qualification employment with the firm. According to a statement, six of