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Turnover and PEP up at Manchester's DWF

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  • We are confident that the way we act and conduct our business is building and strengthening  the quality client relationships needed to achieve our business goals which include becoming a top 30 Law Firm by 2012.....are they one now???

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  • Excellent performance by DWF.
    I work in Newcastle and the legal market has been turned on its head by the arrival of DWF. Whilst we had a couple of reasonably good firms, they had become complacent and slightly arrogant. This year they've had to improve to keep their heads above water.

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  • When are there going to be any job openings in Newcastle, particularly for banking lawyers? Come on chop chop, seems like nobody has hired a soul in Newcastle for about five years. Get your *rses in gear.
    Rgds
    An exiled Geordie wanting to come home

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  • Jeff,
    The Newcastle market is in bad shape. Many of the firms had a complacent attitude and never envisaged rivals from Manchester / Leeds taking their clients. They also had a culture of treating everyone other than partners as expendible.
    I think the market will open once one or two firms have closed. The rumour mill is rife that one firm is in danger, although people have been saying that for three years.

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