...is not so much that they have set up a division of the business targeted at more junior lawyers.
It is not clear from the story how it will work in practice.
What is interesting is that for the first 3 years the lawyers will not specialise, the idea being to give them broad experience so they can advise the clients on a wide range of issues.
This goes against the traditional drive to specialise and for me is a key part of a model that clients will buy in the future, the trusted adviser.
A Manchester practice has created a separate firm to act as a nursery for young lawyers to learn the business. Gunnerbloom, an offshoot of established firm Gunnercooke, will be staffed by junior lawyers who will be given responsibility for generating leads and running the business.