Trowers & Hamlins retains 83% of trainees for spring 2019


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International law firm Trowers & Hamlins will be retaining 10 of their 12 trainees qualifying this spring.

The 10 individuals will take up positions across two of the firm's offices in the housing and regeneration, commercial property, corporate, projects and construction, banking and finance, employment and commercial litigation departments.

Eight will be based in the firm's London office and two based in Manchester.

The Trowers & Hamlins newly qualified solicitors are Amelia Bugden, Vikki Cunliffe, Charlotte Earl, Edward Henley, Julian Jarrett, Henna Malik, Lara Marsden, Sam Robinson, Sabah Shah and Tom Wrigley.

Anna Clark, partner and training principal at Trowers & Hamlins, commented:

"We would like to congratulate our outstanding trainees on becoming qualified solicitors. They have all worked extremely hard over the last two years, and we are delighted to offer them permanent roles so they can begin and develop their legal careers here at Trowers & Hamlins".

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