Taylor Wessing has announced that it will retain 17 of 22 qualified trainees this autumn, constituting a retention rate of 77 per cent. These 17 trainees will take on new
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Baker & McKenzie has beaten its own retention figures for the past several years, keeping 15 out of its 16 spring trainee qualifiers this year, for a 94 percent retention
Norton Rose Fulbright has posted its retention rate for the Spring, conjuring one its best results in years. The firm has posted a 96% retention rate with a class of more
Eversheds has retained all of its trainees this spring, leading the way among some firms that recently announced their retention rates. The firm had eight trainees, all of whom stayed
Linklaters had 45 remain with the firm. The figures translate a 83 percent retention rate for the Spring of 2016. The figureAfter making offers to 49 of its 54 final-seat trainees,
DWF has retained 35 of its 47 qualifying trainees for this autumn, a 74% retention rate. The newly-qualified lawyers are mainly situated in London and Manchester. A handful take up roles
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
Linklaters has revealed details about its autumn 2015 qualifying trainees. From its fall cohort, 84 percent will be retained as newly-qualified lawyers. The firm had 55 qualifying
Allen & Overy's autumn 2015 came in at 86 percent. The firm had 44 qualifying trainees, of which 42 applied for newly-qualified lawyer positions. The firmThe retention rate for
Berwin Leighton Paisner's autumn retention for 2015 has come in at 71 percent. Of the firm's 24 qualifying trainees, 23 endured the qualification process. Six of them
Mayer Brown has reported its retention rate for autumn 2015, coming in at a lowly 55 percent. The firm had 11 qualifying trainees, of whom 10 received offers for roles as
Berwin Leighton Paisner was found to have manipulated its trainee retention figures from this spring's intake, inflating its retention rate by nine percentage points.
Compared to five years prior, the number of UK trainees has fallen by 17% among Magic Circle firms. Clifford Chance and Allen Overy led the statistical drops with 25 and 23% drops, respectively in the given period.
Linklaters has announced that it will retain 93 per cent of its trainees this autumn, offering 54 of 57 trainees a position as a newly qualified lawyer, and seeing 53 accept the offer. Linklaters is the first among