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Trainee Retention 2011
15 July 2011
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Firms
Trainees
NQs retained
%
Kirkland & Ellis
6
6
100
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
13
13
100
Sidley Austin
7
7
100
Slaughter and May
59
59
100
Freshfields
50
48
96
Nabarro
20
19
95
BLP
20
19
95
Macfarlanes
24
22
92
Shearman & Sterling
12 11
91.5
DLA Piper
77
67
90
Eversheds
38
33
84
Clifford Chance
52
43
83
Kennedys
12
10
83
Bird & Bird
16
13
81
Cameron McKenna
30
24
80
Herbert Smith
55
44
80
Baker & McKenzie
20
16
80
Barlow Lyde & Gilbert
10
8
80
Travers Smith
17
13
76
Hogan Lovells
33
24
73
Allen & Overy
53
38
72
Pinsent Masons
45
32
71
Dundas & Wilson
20
14
70
MacRoberts
16
9
56
SNR Denton
23
13
56
Dickinson Dees
11
4
36
Mills & Reeve
22
8
36


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anonymous user
09/08/2011 15:34
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Should the Shed not fall below DLA in the table?
Frank @ RoF
09/08/2011 22:44
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Good spot. Now corrected.
anonymous user
25/08/2011 15:30
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I love rollonfriday's stories but would love to see some statistics for other law firms in the top 100, as it always seems to be this 28-30 firms that are covered. Is there a reason why these particular firms are the only ones covered?
anonymous user
09/09/2011 17:32
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At least one firm * has really done the dirty on their hardworking trainees yet they still make themselves look squeaky clean with a retention rate of more than 80%
anonymous user
17/10/2011 02:24
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Dickinson Dees had the 2nd worst retention in the country last year. Now they have the worst (equal).

Surely with that track record they deserve last place on the table?