Recruitment: Pay n' perks
Times have been tough for UK in-house lawyers in the recruitment market, but 2004 could be the year that it finally comes out of the doldrums
Across the board, recruitment consultants special-ising in in-house lawyers report a significant upturn in the number of positions becoming available at the junior end and, most encouragingly, new positions being created. “They are not just filling gaps, they are building teams again,” says Naveen Tuli, a partner in recruitment consultants Laurence Simons.
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