Taylor Wessing partner hiring spree will not hinder internal promotions

November 2010
Fund Strategy;11/8/2010, p4
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The article focuses on the recruitment of partners from Barlow Lyde & Gilbert LLP (BLG) by Taylor Wessing LLP. According to managing partner Tim Eyles, they build the law firm through a combination of internal promotions and external recruitment. It notes that associates have been engaged in discussions particularly to recruitment, and the firm supports growth spurt.


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