(based on 14 ratings in 2019)
"Knowledge is regularly shared across the firm. There are numerous leaders in different fields in multiple teams. This ensures that the level of knowledge being shared is excellent. High-quality work is normalised at the firm and everybody is given all the tools necessary to become a leading lawyer in any particular area."First year trainee, Exeter
"Whenever a trainee joins a new seat, that department schedules a number of training sessions for the trainee to learn about the team and what they do. In addition, there are several training sessions a week for both departments and the firm as a whole, which either relate to industry/sector developments or legal updates."First year trainee, London
"There are many training sessions throughout the year, both legal and non-legal. Some non-legal training has included diversity, inclusion, body language and negotiation etc."Second year trainee, Birmingham
"There is lots of department-specific training and some firm-wide training too."First year trainee, Manchester
"The training differs greatly between departments but you tend to learn a lot and are given substantial responsibilities."Second year trainee, London
"The firm regularly holds department-specific training, cross-team training and also soft-skill training (often external speakers)."First year trainee, Birmingham
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