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Freshfields has retained 83 per cent of its qualifying trainees this autumn. The magic circle firm will keep on 34 of its 41 final-seat trainees, having offered newly-qualified (NQ) positions to 37 of them. Trainee development partner Farah Ispahani said: "This strong retention rate for September 2018 is in line with our medium-term average, which [...]
Slaughter and May has revealed its retention rate for autumn 2018. In total, 35 of the firm's 37 trainee qualifiers put themselves forward for NQ roles, with 33 made offers and 32 accepting. That equates to a retention rate of 86 per cent. A spokesperson from the firm said: "We would like to congratulate all [...]
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati has arrived in London. The US firm revealed in June that it was to launch a office in the City to provide US access and support to UK-based technology and life sciences companies. It officially opened yesterday, based on Old Street in the heart of London's technology community.
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The village of Happisburgh, on the east coast of the UK, is falling into the sea. Year-on-year the waves take meters more of the crumbly Norfolk cliffs; residents of the village have been watching this happen for decades. Those that grew up in the surrounding area are used to watching the changing of the landscape.
by Lucy Harley-Mckeown SHARE For a band that has been on a live-show hiatus for the last five years, Groove Armada has not lost its touch. A mini-tour to celebrate 21 years of entertainment took place in a select set of venues - Glasgow, Bristol, Manchester and London.
As a 24-year-old, a tingly hand didn't seem like something that I should dwell on. A week later, collapsed on Hampstead Heath in London, I realised I was wrong. It was a blur. I was running on the heath when my left hand went numb.
Not even London's most impressive tourist attractions can lure many people to trudge through snow, wind or horizontal rain day in, day out. But seven years ago, Matt Gedge, a tour guide, left a well-paid office job in charity fundraising to do just that. Creating a tour is one of the job's biggest challenges.
There are a few things to consider when you're planning your weekend at Primavera 2018. The first is who from the stellar line up you want to see, the second is how badly you're willing to alter your body clock to do so and the other is how far you're prepared to walk.
WITH international tensions at a high, you would have thought a nuclear bunker would be a piece of real estate to hang on to. However, a Cold War nuclear bunker in the remote Scottish countryside has emerged for sale for £20,000.
The campaign to repeal the Eighth Amendment in Ireland has been a long and divisive one - Lucy Harley-Mckeown looks at what's been happening in the lead up to polling day. On a drizzly, grey day in Wapping, London, Hannah Little, 28, of the London-Irish Abortion Rights Campaign stands in a yellow mac, hood up, with a megaphone, leading the chant: "Get your rosaries off our ovaries!"
Malawi, nestled in the heart of East Africa, is a land locked country with mountains, tea plantations, an expansive lake and a multitude of excellent activities and hostels to offer any adventurous backpacker. Here's our backpackers guide to Malawi.
Saturday, 2nd June @ Primavera Sound 2018 Big acts on day three, we saw Arctic Monkeys, Lykke Li, Beach House and more. The third day of a festival is always a bit of an endurance test but the hotly anticipated acts on Primavera Sound's Saturday bill meant people rallied
Unlucky for some - Friday the thirteenth is the much talked about date of Donald Trump's visit to the UK in July. Donald Trump will go to Chequers, the Prime Minister's country house, and meet the Queen, reportedly largely avoiding London due to fears of protests.
The small porcelain pot, originally valued at £20,000, dates back to the 18th century and would have been used to clean calligraphy brushes. Despite its sky-high price, the piece is actually not in pristine condition and has a number of cracks throughout its body.
There's nothing quite like seeing a crowd of grown adults go absolutely nuts for a band, and that was the reaction Car Seat Headrest triggered at the Roundhouse in London last night. Car Seat Headrest crashed onto the stage with their unique brand of American alt-indie rock, performing as a six-piece with accompaniment from their support band Naked Giants adding to the chaos.