Assistants enter a flexible world
Given that assistant solicitors so often complain of being downtrodden, at least in terms of job satisfaction, they may be surprised to discover quite how central a role they play in law firm thinking. Rarely will a firm make a decision – or a public utterance for that matter – without an anxious assessment of how this constituency will react. It is an approach born of necessity. Law firms live or die by the quality of their recruits and their ability to retain, nurture and replenish them in sufficient numbers.
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