Linklaters has announced a formal redundancy consultation with up to 120 lawyers and 150 business support staff in London expected to lose their jobs.

The firm said Thursday that all U.K. staff are involved in the consultation, which is likely to between 100 and 120 lawyers — representing up to 17.5 percent of the firm’s U.K. non-partner fee earners — and 130 to 150 business services staff losing their jobs.

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