Trainee retention rates at the U.K.’s leading law firms are recovering strongly this year as activity levels begin to pick up in the wake of the downturn.

The average retention rate for September intakes across the U.K. top 30 firms currently stands at 81 percent, an improvement of seven percentage points from September 2009, based on the number of qualifying trainees due to remain at their firm.

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