Mayer Brown news
Slaughter and May has revealed that it will retain 81 per cent of its spring 2015 qualifying trainees, keeping on 34 of 42 trainees.
The London office of Mayer Brown will cut its autumn trainee intake by half from September 2016.
Mayer Brown’s London office is close to implementing a blind CV policy in a bid to counter bias towards trainee applicants who received an Oxbridge degree or were educated privately.
Mayer Brown has retained just two of its five spring 2014 qualifying trainees, while placing a third on a fixed term six-month contract.
Mayer Brown and DAC Beachcroft have become the latest firms to launch apprenticeship schemes. Five school leavers have started two-year apprenticeships in DAC Beachcroft’s Bristol and Newport offices, working in claims solutions and corporate recovery and insolvency teams.
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When I was offered an opportunity to spread my professional wings and work from our Chicago office, I jumped at it, without a moment’s hesitation, writes Mayer Brown associate Megan Paul.
Salma Daneshmand spent six months on secondment to Unilever as part of her training contract with Mayer Brown.
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The sale of North Sea energy company ATP Oil & Gas UK landed on the desks of Mayer Brown’s London restructuring team in August 2012, after colleagues in the US were instructed on the bankruptcy of its US parent company ATP Oil & Gas Corporation.
Film distributor eOne’s acquisition of Alliance Films gave Mayer Brown’s trainees the chance to experience life at the coalface of a deal, and the opportunity to rub shoulders with the stars
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Mayer Brown has offered its prospective London trainee solicitors £10,000 to defer their September 2013 start date by one year.
US firms have underscored their dedication to London with a number of firms vowing to ramp up their trainee intakes during the next three years.