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MBAs have not been part of a lawyer’s training traditionally, but things are changing.
Dewey & LeBoeuf is attempting to find new jobs for its trainee solicitors as the London office faces collapse.
Shoosmiths plans to cut its headcount by 93, with most roles at risk of redundancy sitting in the volume motor personal injury team.
- Future of Dewey's London trainees depends on outcome of bank loan talks
- Leading sets sign up to bar social mobility scheme
- Chambers follow Prime example
- Flagging up the class ceiling
- Freshfields unveils £10k bursaries for UCL law students
- Magic circle firms announce NQ retention rates of 89 per cent
- Eversheds to offer condensed LPC and training contract
- L2B event proves it’s never too late for law
- Legal apprenticeships take on new relevance
- Sheffield Hallam Uni latest to abandon GDL
- Wilberforce increases pupillage pay by a third
- Freshfields targets UK students for China traineeships
- Beachcroft-DAC tie-up halts trainee intakes
- Seventy years and counting: Rootes & Alliott legal exec looks back on her career – so far
- Part-time for a change
- Addleshaws pilot shows that privilege is 'not prerequisite' for legal career
- Taylor Wessing thaws out associate pay freeze