Addleshaws makes 16 job cuts over 12 months
National law firm Addleshaw Goddard has made 16 redundancies over the course of this financial year, it has emerged. The firm has cut two part-time fee earners, while a further 14 support staff have been made redundant, with six being axed from the City office and four each from the firm's branches in Leeds and Manchester. A further part-time fee-earner was also cut last NovemberThe majority of the redundancies were made during July, with some of the redundancies taking place earlier in the year. The number of losses represents the highest number of cuts at the firm in a single year since 2003, with the firm making redundancies every year since 2005.
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