21 Jan 2013
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Powered by The College of Law these recorded highlights from our live webcast will help those students preparing to make vacation scheme or training contract applications to international law firms or those wishing to further their international studies.
Russia’s Supreme Commercial Court is on the verge of taking a more liberal stance on foreign arbitral awards
Firms plug the talent gap in Asia with junior partnerships
Although they have made a quiet start, ABSs have the power to change the face of the legal sector
As the high street suffers, lawyers pick up mandates from administrators
NHS negligence payouts can be good value but investment in the services would be a better outcome
Shonagh MacVicar, head of legal at Glasgow 2014, is adamant the Commonwealth Games will emulate the glories of London 2012
A new survey shows positivity is trickling back in to Ireland’s legal market as a recovering economy draws work their way, even in the notorious property sector
The Public Service Pensions Bill could lead to constitutional corruption if it is not amended
Irwin Mitchell Sheffield boss linked with luring DLA Piper defectors
Law firms are following the many companies scrambling to grab a piece of the action in the fast-emerging country formerly known as Burma
The tail-end of Wragge & Co’s 2012 was marked by the departure of banking head and asset finance specialist Paula Laird for US firm Squire Sanders, and a three-partner City team including former managing partner Richard Haywood and current corporate chief Maurice Dwyer, who joined RPC.
Firms in north-west Africa’s Morocco and Algeria hubs are seeing a greater influx of international clients into the French-dominated market
Clydes’ canny office lease deal funds large loan
Eversheds CEO Bryan Hughes’ finance-focused style suited the recession, but his challenge now is to take the firm to the next, global, stage
William Robins, COO, Keystone Law
Eversheds is an interesting animal. Less evidently political than DLA Piper and rather less prone to dramatic convulsions, it’s always been short on pizzazz and long on execution.