AccuTrainee defends trainee track record

Waller-Davies, Becky
May 2013
Lawyer 2B;5/24/2013, p3
The article offers information on the recruitment of five trainee lawyers by trainee secondment services provider AccuTrainee in England. It states that, though, amongst a large number of aspiring lawyers registered with the firm, getting training contracts to just five aspirants, seems very less, but AccuTrainee is happy. The firm states that it is concerned about the trainees' satisfaction more than the number of training contracts.


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