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UK firms remain wary despite elevated recruitment figures

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  • KRUSTY THE KLOWN you really are a malevolent, bitter old thing. And jealous. You should save your failed high street vitriol for your similarly minded colleagues: I have read many of your posts and they are most tiresome.

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  • To Magic Circle Partner
    Please support your arguments rather than being dismissive of someone who doesn't share your view.
    LIke it or not - in the wake of the crisis there is going to be more regulation in every sphere and quite right too - the legal profession should be no different.
    Law firms should issue accurate figures about comings and goings - seemingly they haven't.done so.
    Law firms should have treated their juniors with a little more dignity and respect - they haven't done so.
    Both are abuses in their own right.....
    If you dont like the firm go to another one - have a look around - go where? - no jobs
    Start your own firm?... I think you know that you need 3 years PQ to start a firm and it's unlikely we get the big cleints of a CIty firm.
    Extraordinary comments from one of such privilege!

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