Supreme Court ruling may have serious liability implications for lawyers
Bar Barometer fails to define the diversity battleground
Commitment to Asia as senior partner relocates to Singapore on a permanent basis
Top law firms are promoting more partners in Asia Pacific
Firm points out a close reading of its accounts shows a healthy debt position
Firm aims to shed second-tier stereotype by targeting ambitious trainees
How Michael Chissick plans to put the spark back into idling Field Fisher Waterhouse
If merger goes ahead, this Chinese superfirm will be a global game-changer
Now it is a bigshot firm, the nature of DWF’s trainees has to change
Undermined by leadership slip-ups, is it time firm looked outside for fresh blood?
Slaughters is quietly reshaping its partnership for a post-crunch, Asia-centric era
BLP joins Northern trek, with plans to open a Manchester outsourcing hub
Supreme Court president Lord Neuberger’s focus on collegiate working is resulting in fewer dissenting opinions on the bench
As Swiss banks wait for the US authorities’ tax evasion spotlight to fall on them, law firms are drafting in extra staff to cope
The IMF has slashed its 2014 growth forecast for Turkey from 3.5 to 2.3 per cent. Investors are now hoping the aviation and energy markets will provide some comfort
Cuts to Legal Aid have seen student projects bridge the gap between the most vulnerable and justice.
Morgan Cole and Blake Lapthorn have finally decided that three’s a crowd and, after months of flirting with Boyes Turner, gone ahead with a traditional two-way merger.
Transport is a sector that offers a wealth of opportunities both for legal roles and puns, with government cash setting in train high-profile schemes and getting projects motoring.
Of all the transactional sectors projects and energy has been one of the most resilient throughout the recession.
Few topics get tabloid blood racing like immigration, but are heart rates running quite so high among lawyers practising in this area?