Top lawyers call for career guidance for older partners
Some of the City's leading legal names have called for more options to be made available to partners as they approach retirement age. Figures including Linklaters senior partner David Cheyne and Slaughter and May corporate partner Nigel Boardman joined a roundtable hosted by Dominique Graham, director at consultancy Graham Gill, to look at what firms should be doing for partners coming up to retirement. Participants called for firms to offer those nearing retirement age help to find positions outside the law and, in particular, to start dealing with the issue earlier on.
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