Trio post retention rates as Wragges trainees turn down £5k deferral offer
Slaughter and May, Ashurst and SNR Denton have all posted healthy September trainee retention rates, with Slaughters set to keep on 91% of its newly-qualified (NQ) lawyers. Forty-two of Slaughter’s 46 qualified trainees have been offered places at the firm, with the 91% figure marginally up on the firm’s March intake this year, when 90% were kept on at the magic circle firm. A further two trainees resigned from the firm before the qualification process began.
Slaughter and May, Ashurst and SNR Denton have all posted healthy September trainee retention rates, with Slaughters set to keep on 91% of its newly-qualified (NQ) lawyers.
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