12 August 2013
Former Tory chief whip slapped down for costs violation in ‘Plebgate’ case
The GSK China row shows that lawyers should be more mindful of their role in a wider sense
For-profit BPP university move broadens market but does it ‘increase diversity’?
The lure of the law can kick in at any stage of life. We speak to four individuals who have made a radical switch to a legal career
Through boom, crash and revolution, banknote printer De La Rue keeps the world’s currencies flowing under the watchful eye of intrepid legal director Douglas Denham
The alternative investment fund managers directive has arrived and co-operation agreements shaken hands on. Now comes tricky implementation
Vibrant hi-tech and energy sectors along with a more liberal professional climate mean international law firms have high hopes of Israel
The fact that Barclays and Lloyds are eyeing up big capital markets transactions begs a big question – are the capital markets finally making a comeback?
CMS Cameron McKenna has reappointed former partner Martin Brown to its banking and international finance team, a year after he left for Ashurst.
Sticking to a few simple guidelines means corporate hospitality can still be useful and enjoyable
Letting schools discipline pupils for cyber bullying would make online life safer for children
Larger Scottish firms without London offices fare better than the rest
Wolfgang Troll has been head of HR at German firm Noerr since 2006 and is based in Munich.
Early results show strong influence of mergers on the pecking order of the UK’s top firms
Firm ponders its career structure as partner numbers fall
It’s a good thing people like wronged Peter Cruddas can get justice when newspapers become desperate
It’s not every day The Lawyer puts a bona fide rock star on its cover.