Trowers & Hamlins retains 10 trainees for Autumn 2019


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International law firm Trowers & Hamlins LLP will be retaining 10 of its 12 trainees qualifying this autumn.

The 10 individuals will take up positions across four of the firm's offices in the banking and finance, corporate, commercial litigation, real estate and projects and construction departments.

Five will be based in the firm's London office, one in the Birmingham office, two in the Manchester office and two in the Exeter office.

The Trowers & Hamlins newly qualified solicitors are Manny Wiafe, Matthew Whelan, Edward Rees, Tamsin Lim, Tao Deards, Hannah Eastaff, Zuhayr Merali, Josh Benjamin, Tola Balogun and Alexandra Buchanan.

Anna Clark, partner and Training Principal at Trowers & Hamlins, commented:

"We are pleased that our retention rate has remained strong this year and would like to welcome our newly qualified solicitors, who have worked extremely hard throughout their training contacts. We are sure that they will make an outstanding contribution to the firm as they embark upon the next stage of their legal careers with Trowers & Hamlins."

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