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UK Legal Jobs News – Eversheds confirms trainee intake for 2010

4 March 2010 = International law firm Eversheds has today confirmed that it will proceed with its graduate trainee intake for 2010 and that it will also offer trainee positions to all graduates whose position was deferred in 2009.

Bryan Hughes, Eversheds CEO, commented:

“We are delighted to be able to make this commitment to these talented people. Whilst the economy remains fragile in some areas, we are seeing the benefits of having proactively managed our business as our performance continues to improve. Our strategy of providing innovative and flexible solutions to clients is helping us win more and better quality work across the board, and it is important that we again invest in the next generation of lawyers to underpin future growth.”

In total Eversheds expects to take on 76 graduate trainees in 2010 (49 2010 intake and 27 deferred from 2009). The trainees will benefit from the opportunity to work across practice groups and UK and international offices during their two year training contract.

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