U.K. law firm Beachcroft has deferred a number of trainees who were due to start their training contract at the firm this September.

Ten of the 29 trainees from the firm’s September intake have agreed to defer for one year, while four more are likely to take paralegal roles — including one in Auckland, New Zealand, and another with a Beachcroft client — before commencing their training contract in one year’s time.

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