What you need to know about… Burness Paull

The 2012 merger between Burness and Paull & Williamsons brought about the formation of Burness Paull, which has since grown to become a leading Scottish commercial law firm. From its offices in each of Scotland’s three largest cities, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen, Burness Paull serves clients in eighty jurisdictions. The firm has a yearly trainee intake of around 30 across its three offices. Specialising in 10 core practice areas including corporate M&A, commercial property and dispute resolution, and with expertise in ten key industry sectors, Burness Paull’s client offering is full service, expert and international.

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What you need to know about… Freshfields

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer was formed by the 2000 merger between UK-based Freshfields, Germany-based Deringer, Tessin, Herrmann, & Sedemund and Germany-and-Austria-based Bruckhaus, Westrick, Heller, Löber. The firm is amongst the oldest law firms in the world and is also one of the largest and most prestigious international law firms. With 28 offices that span across Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas, Freshfields offers 80 training contracts each year with opportunities for international and client secondments.

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