Olswang halves 2014 trainee intake after cancelling 2013 scheme

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  • So long as the PEP stays above £500k, who cares?

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  • So. Anyone still think Olswang isn't headed down the pan?

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  • Olswang is holed below the water line and the bildge pump now seems to be failing too.

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  • Anonymous | 2-Nov-2011 5:14 pm:

    Me! I'm a barrister who has worked with them for nearly 10 years and they have some great work and some great people. David Stewart runs a tight ship and no doubt he and his partners think that more flexibility at trainee level is a good thing. I agree but of course we shall wait and see...

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  • Perhaps it signals a desire to develop trainees properly. I am sure that there will always be enough paralegals to assist, and possibly they are more profitable (again meaning that more can go on training trainees).

    no point training a large body of trainees if the right work isn't there because there isn't the turnover of nq-2pq solicitors. They don't pay city money, so perhaps better experience makes up for it.

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  • Definitely heading there. For 2013 - they are only taking on 2 trainees

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