Bakers lays off 20 legal staff from London office
Baker & McKenzie has cut 20 legal positions in London with the firm also set to review its support function. The firm confirmed today (23 January) that 20 London-based legal staff have lost their jobs, with the redundancies affecting a number of associates and paralegals. It is understood that the cuts affect a number of practice areas, including corporate.In addition, the firm has launched a separate review of its secretarial and support services which could result in job losses. No formal redundancy consultation has been launched and the review is set to last several months.
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