Trowers & Hamlins News
Exclusive: Trowers ups trainee intake size and ringfences training contract roles for its own paralegals
Trowers & Hamlins is to increase the number of trainees it takes on, and will ringfence some training contracts for members of its own paralegal pool.
Trowers & Hamlins has revealed a reduced retention rate of 71 per cent, keeping on five of seven autumn 2015 qualifying trainees.
Trowers & Hamlins has revealed that it will be keeping nine of its 11-strong March qualifying trainee intake on as newly-qualified (NQ) lawyers, or 82 per cent.
City firms Nabarro and Trowers & Hamlins have revealed their retention rates for autumn 2014.
Trowers & Hamlins will expand its trainee intake in its Manchester and Exeter offices and is looking to recruit a trainee into its Birmingham office from September 2014.
Trowers & Hamlins has revealed a 100 per cent retention rate for its spring 2014 qualifiers, with all six trainees taking up NQ roles in the firm’s London office.
Trowers & Hamlins has announced the closure of its Cairo office, citing uncertainty over the long-term outlook for Egypt.
Trowers & Hamlins will keep six of seven of its autumn-qualifying trainees on in newly-qualified (NQ) positions, despite a drop in profits this year.
Firm retains all 13 March NQs, marking a significant improvement in retention.
Kaplan Law School is biting at the heels of its larger rivals after being picked by Trowers & Hamlins as its sole provider of the Legal Practice Course (LPC) and Graduate Diploma in Law.