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Berwin Leighton Paisner is to keep on 55 per cent of its trainees in newly qualified (NQ) positions.
Every now and then I write an article that creates a burst of excited opinion and animated discussion and last month’s Excellent Customer Service was one such piece – clearly all these articles are obviously the stuff of pure magic but some surpass themselves!
This week systemic coach Zita Tulyahikayo and barrister James Pereira QC discuss addiction in the legal profession.
Clifford Chance is to keep on 67 per cent of its trainees reaching qualification this spring.
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) is to recruit its first trainees in Manchester.
Have you ever woken up and thought, why am I doing this? I feel unappreciated and miserable.
Erika Levin worked in private practice for a variety of firms, including Clifford Chance in New York. She is now senior vice president and general counsel at litigation funder and insurance broker TheJudge.
Are you a foreign-born lawyer who’s come to the UK to work?
New firms have now been found for all of the trainees who were working at King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) when it collapsed.
This week, systemic coach Zita Tulyahikayho and barrister James Pereira QC discuss how to read the signs of potential stress in ourselves and others.
Calls to the LawCare helpline rose by 12 per cent in 2016.
The months leading up to qualification can be a very anxious time for many final seat trainees.
Change is one of the few certainties in the legal profession at the moment, with several top law firms either announcing or in talks to merge. There’s no doubt that a sizeable number of lawyers will experience considerable change at work this year.
Five more firms have confirmed that they will be taking on King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) trainees as it finally enters administration.
Worrying about the state of your work-life balance is actually worse for your health than having a poor work- life balance according to a study by Oregon State University which made tabloid headlines recently.
Fried Frank is to launch its own training contract in London with the hire of three trainees from King and Wood Mallesons (KWM).
Ashurst has confirmed that it will “almost definitely” take some of King & Wood Mallesons’ (KWM) trainees on.
Happy New Year! This week systemic coach Zita Tulyahikayo and barrister James Pereira QC illuminate the path to meaningful change and why it eludes so many people at the start of each year.
King & Wood Mallesons trainees will have their training contracts cancelled tomorrow (Friday 13) as the firm makes arrangements for them to transition to other organisations.