Oxbridge graduates make up 38% of all magic circle trainees
More than a third of magic circle trainees joining over the last two years have studied at either Oxford or Cambridge university, according to Legal Week research. Research into the educational background of trainees joining the UK's top 30 law firms found 38% of magic circle recruits had studied at Oxbridge, compared with 20% at City firms and 6% at regional or national counterparts.
More than a third of magic circle trainees joining over the last two years have studied at either Oxford or Cambridge university, according to Legal Week research.
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