Female lawyers take the lead in demonstrating the benefits of flexible working
With six months of the present financial year down, the signs are that the legal sector is in line for a solid 2014/15.
Firm responds to demand for parallel jurisdiction capability in investment funds work
A diverse range of law firms are now battling for work in the former French bastion
Next generation set to take lead at Kirkland & Ellis as White exits for Fried Frank
Accountant will not form standalone law firm, but build legal into its offering
Supermarket’s lawyers man the tills to rebuild company’s reputation after blunder
US firms indulge in London hiring binge, but Mayer Brown bucks the trend
London restructuring team’s mass exit may speed $2bn mega-merger talks
Magic circle player splashes out as it aims for the New York corporate heights
Clifford Chance becomes the latest firm to drop ULaw for BPP as its LPC provider
Three of the five top UK firms ramp up their trainee retention rates
Can City firms close the door on line of PE staff heading out for US practices?
The world’s leading litigation and investigations practices are responding to the challenge set by globally co-ordinated and ultra-aggressive regulators.
North Africa is swiftly becoming a hub for investment into the rest of the continent.
Cyprus is still in recession, but it looks as though Russia’s favourite island will revive more quickly than was thought likely.
Internationalisation of South Africa’s legal market is continuing apace as firms seek to exploit opportunities throughout the region
The Ukraine crisis has raised questions over which rule of law to follow, but the flight of international investors is giving local firms an advantage.
The second The Lawyer and BLP roundtable event allows GCs to identify what advice would have been particularly useful during the first few years of their in-house career GC2B is an initiative from The Lawyer and Berwin Leighton Paisner