Good times around the corner
Any student wishing to enter the legal profession in the past few years has been faced with a daunting task, but as Richard Tromans discovers, things are getting better. The number of training contracts is rising and that much-battered economy is finally picking up
Law students might be forgiven for thinking they are going to face a tough time winning a training contract this year. After all, it was only at the beginning of last year when even such famous firms as Linklaters were throwing money at students just to defer their entry, while other City giants such as Denton Wilde Sapte were sacking junior lawyers as the global economic storm rocked the UK.
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