Corporate associates at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer will be able to work from home or job-share if the firm chooses to adopt an alternative working scheme set to be rolled out this autumn.

The magic circle firm is set to try out a new scheme that aims to find viable alternative working options for associates. Initially, the system — which is being led by corporate head Mark Rawlinson — will be limited to the firm’s London corporate practice, but may be rolled out more widely if it proves successful.

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