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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.
The jobs are spread across the banking and finance; corporate; public sector commercial; and projects and construction departments.
Graduate recruitment partner Tonia Secker said: “We are very pleased to offer positions to all of our trainees from this intake. We have been thoroughly impressed by the drive, acumen and commitment exhibited by these trainees, and we are fully committed to helping them further establish their careers in the law.”
After a poor 2012, when the firm kept on only 11 of its 20 qualifiers, it showed strong improvement in 2013, keeping 19 of 20.