Lovells sees retention rates rise with 81% of March intake kept on
Lovells has retained 81% of its March intake of newly-qualified lawyers, with 26 of 32 applicants winning jobs at the City firm. The news marks a significant increase on September 2009's retention rate of 69%, when 36 trainees from a qualifying intake of 40 applied for a job at the firm, with a total of 25 taken on. Last March's intake saw a retention rate of 78%.
Lovells has retained 81% of its March intake of newly-qualified lawyers, with 26 of 32 applicants winning jobs at the City firm.
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