90% fall score
Ashurst revealed that 18 of its 20 trainees at the last seat remain on site after qualification.
This gives the Silver Circle player, who distributes around 45 practice contacts per year, a 90% fall retention score. All newly qualified lawyers (NQ) are on permanent contracts.
Play legalof List of the most shows that NQs will receive a salary of £ 84,000, although the winnings can reach up to £ 105,000 with a bonus applied. Interns earn £ 46,000 in the first year and £ 50,000 in the second year.
New recruits will be divided into nine key practice groups. These are: corporate transactions (3); disputes (3); real estate (3); financial regulation (2); world markets (2); projects (2); competition (1); fund (1); and global loans (1).
“We are delighted to welcome our newly qualified lawyers to the team,” said Ruth Buchanan, Employment Associate and Director of Training at Ashurst. “This represents our continued commitment to attract, support and retain the best talent. We wish them every success in what we are convinced will be successful and fruitful careers.
The news of the fall retention score follows closely the business decision to drop the A-level requirements for the training of contract applicants. Ashurst previously required a minimum of AAB or equivalent.