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Bird & Bird trainee qualifies aged 50

One of London’s oldest trainees has qualified six months ahead of schedule at Bird & Bird, after the City firm announced a 100 per cent retention rate. The firm will be retaining all 16 trainees due to qualify in September this year, but 50-year-old Mary Smillie managed to complete her training contract in March after […]

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Two more partners leave Mayer Brown London

Mayer Brown has suffered two more departures from its London office with a corporate partner and an environment partner both choosing to leave the firm. Paul Maher The news comes just a few weeks after the firm’s former vice chairman Paul Maher resigned from Mayer Brown after taking a leave of absence to consider his […]

Trethowans’ new chief shakes up management

Trethowans has unveiled a new management line-up following the appointment of Simon Rhodes as ­managing partner. Simon Rhodes Rhodes replaces Miles Brown, who stood aside 10 months early to avoid any fallout that might arise from a managing partner election in the middle of a recession. Rhodes told The Lawyer: “Miles decided to step down after nearly 12 […]

McDermott cuts 70 more jobs in the US

McDermott Will & Emery has cut 25 associates and 45 support staff in its second round of layoffs in the US. The firm has cut the jobs from its US network after shedding 60 associates and 89 support staff in February (3 February). In an internal memo firmwide chairman Harvey Freishtat highlighted the lag in […]

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