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london-new_616x372The number of vacant in-house banking roles in London has decreased swiftly since last year, according to research by business intelligence company Vacancysoft and recruiter Laurence Simons.

Vacancysoft studies how many available legal jobs there are at a particular moment. In the first six months of 2015, there was an average of 36 legal roles available in London banks at any one time.

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Alex Berry

Alex joined Legal Week in July 2016. Before joining, Alex completed a MA in magazine journalism at City university and wrote freelance articles for a range of property titles. He reports on the in-house legal market

 

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