Eversheds offers partnership alternative with legal director role
Eversheds is bringing in a new legal director role as an alternative career path to partnership. The role, which will come into use at the firm for the first time in May next year, is intended as an alternative to the traditional partner route, rather than a stepping stone to partnership. However, it will still be possible for legal directors to be made up to partner. The process for selection to the new role will open before the end of the year, with senior associates of roughly seven years’ post-qualification experience and above expected to apply.
Eversheds is bringing in a new legal director role as an alternative career path to partnership.
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