1 July 2013
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Some firms performed exceptionally well in several categories – how clever are they
As two local law centres are lauded a third succumbs to funding cuts
Small boutiques are acknowledged for their big achievements
HMRC lawyers deserve their day in the sun too, you know
CMS Cameron McKenna private equity partner Richard Bull has quit for the London office of Norton Rose Fulbright.
The economy may be stagnant, but at least Georgia can now boast freedom of speech and transparency – and a highly competitive legal market
Many foreign investors are keeping faith with Hungary despite EU concern over recent regulatory reforms
Carolyn Pike took but a short break from her alma mater before returning as director of legal services at the University of Birmingham
Ince & Co has posted a 1.7 per cent increase in its 2012/13 turnover from £91.6m to £93.2m.
The Lawyer’s Restructuring Team of the Year shortlisted firms pulled a diverse range of companies – and even a country – back from the brink last year
The UK healthcare industry covers a wide range of legal disciplines and within it, several can usually be counted on to be busy in terms of recruitment.
Planning and environment
Average marks for long-awaited legal education review; little change predicted by leading players
All the latest legal sector moves
As the Snatch Land Rover case ends, recognition of soldiers’ legal status abroad is welcome, if overdue
SRA should soften consumer focus and clamp down on the unrated sector to secure PI future
Slapdown for Treasury shows court subtly shifting the ground on accountability of public bodies
The fact that only one person faces Libor-fixing charges suggests a deal might have been cut with the SFO
JK Rowling has accepted “substantial damages” from media firm Russells following her unmasking as the unknown author of The Cuckoo’s Calling, the High Court heard today.
Oh, what a night. The Lawyer Awards, in association with Travelers, took place last week, with 1,400 of the great, good and groovy members of the legal profession packed into the Great Room at the Grosvenor. The spread of winners was remarkable, particularly in the in-house categories. Check out page 10 for the full listing; on the private practice side Nabarro,
Slaughter and May is developing its natural resources focus, cultivating links with clients looking to that new kingdom of hope – Africa. By Joshua Freedman
As Taylor Wessing takes top honours at The Lawyer Awards, we identify five mid-market firms making a top tier splash
Duncan Ralph, commercial and financial director