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Mills & Reeve named “best trainer” for the next generation of lawyers…

Submitted by on May 30, 2018 – 8:00 am |

Claire Clarke, Managing partner at Mills & Reeve

Claire Clarke, Managing partner at Mills & Reeve

Competing for the next generation of lawyers is always a competitive market as firms vie for the best new talent available from law schools and universities around the country, and Mills & Reeve have been named as Best Trainer in the annual award ceremony by LawCareers.Net.

The awards, now in their 15th year, recognise law firms that give their trainees a flying start in the legal profession and support and nurture their careers. Other winners on the evening included Osbourne Clarke, Farrers, Burges Salmon and Taylor Wessing,

Fiona Medlock, Graduate Recruitment Manager from Mills & Reeve said:  “We pride ourselves on giving our trainees everything they need at the start of their career, interesting work that stimulates and excites them combined with the opportunities that a big London firm could offer.”

Claire Clarke, Managing Partner at Mills & Reeve said: “It’s been a great year for us so far, winning firm of the year from RollonFriday and our 15th consecutive win with The Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For, adding this accolade to the list further demonstrates our commitment to our people and to helping them to develop and flourish at Mills & Reeve.”

Matthew Broadbent, business development director of LCN, said: “At a time of major change in the legal profession, the basic tenets of successful recruitment and career progression remain constant. Candidates need the kind of high-quality, up-to-date information about their prospects and opportunities that LCN provides, while employers need to devote care, time and attention to finding the right people for their business. We are delighted to celebrate the efforts and achievements of the multitude of firms which have rolled up their sleeves and made the start of so many legal careers incredibly rewarding and invigorating.”


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