Thirty law firms have “registered serious interest” in a scheme to find new roles for a group of trainees left without places due to the administration of U.K. law firm Halliwells.
The scheme, which was initiated by Burges Salmon last week, has seen the creation on the Bristol-based firm’s website of a section for Halliwells trainees to upload their CVs and offer letters. Once the deadline is closed on 13 August, these will then be forwarded to participating firms.
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