Hill Dicks cuts 14 partners and 69 staff following UK review
Hill Dickinson has cut a total of 83 roles, including 14 partner positions, following a review of its UK business which kicked-off in May. The firm said that 44 of the redundancies were voluntary however declined to give details of which practice areas and regions were affected or how many roles had been put at risk. The review was intended to focus on the firm's range of services and its geographical reach, with the move coming in response to "prevailing market conditions", according to the firm. Yesterday (29 April), the firm announced that it was to sell its 24-strong Chester office to Knights Solicitors with the transfer taking place on 1 October.
Hill Dickinson has cut a total of 83 roles, including 14 partner positions, following a review of its UK business which kicked-off in May.
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