Trowers & Hamlins announces 100 per cent trainee retention rate
The 13 newly qualified solicitors will be spread across Trowers' UK and Middle East offices, with seven in London, two in Manchester, two in Dubai, one in Bahrain and one in Abu Dhabi. They will be joining the Corporate, Commercial Property, Housing Projects, Public Sector Commercial, Property Litigation, Projects and Construction, Banking and Finance, Planning, Dispute Resolution and Litigation, and Private Wealth teams.
Paul Robinson, Director of Human Resources at Trowers & Hamlins, commented: "We are absolutely delighted to offer all of our trainees from this intake positions across the firm. We have been very impressed with the calibre of these NQs and are confident that they will be excellent additions to their respective departments and teams.
"In what continues to be a challenging market, we remain committed to investing in our trainees and helping them develop successful and rewarding careers in the law."
The new Trowers & Hamlins NQs include Jonathan Astbury, Giovanni Castronovo, Jo Chaudhri, Sam Coward, Katie Davies, Henry Fitch, Cara Gillingham, Lee Hayes, Taymour Keen, Georgina Knight, Lizzie Pillinger, Louis Sebastian and Zara Statter.