Linklaters to discuss flexi-working move with clients to build support
Linklaters is to sound out clients about flexible working arrangements ahead of the formalisation of its own policy later this year. The magic circle firm plans to consult with its top corporate and banking clients over a series of roundtable discussions in an attempt to get client support for the firm's lawyers working flexibly on transactions. Key partners in the firm's core practice areas will attend the discussions.
Linklaters is to sound out clients about flexible working arrangements ahead of the formalisation of its own policy later this year.
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