Innovative UK law firm doubles trainee investment


By Neasa MacErlean

18 August 2015 at 09:03 BST


Fixed-price firm Riverview Law is to train six existing members of staff under the legal training programme that starts in October, nearly doubling the number of trainees at the practice.

The firm began training seven members of staff last September. It believes its training approach to be 'unique', in that it is available only to existing employees who have been with the business for at least six months. 

Future leaders

The firm is eager to train its future leaders in-house. Steven Zdolyny, director of legal services at Riverview, said: 'Recruiting from our existing talent pool means that candidates already fit our business and our values. We have been very open in saying that we believe that the future leaders of Riverview Law are among those in our business today.' Source: Riverview

 
   
 
 
 

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