Freshfields appoints trainee mentors and splits trainee function in HR
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer is appointing two partners as mentors to each trainee intake, with the firm also moving to split the trainee function within its HR department into two separate roles. Trainee partner Simon Johnson has named intellectual property partner Chris Forsyth and corporate partner Farah Ispahani to mentor this February's intake throughout their training contracts, while tax partner Paul Davison and corporate partner Kathleen Healy will take on August's intake.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer is appointing two partners as mentors to each trainee intake, with the firm also moving to split the trainee function within its HR department into two separate roles.
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