There could hardly be a more appropriate symbol of London’s current sky-high property prices than the tale of Boodle Hatfield.
Firms need to juggle real estate costs with providing a modern environment.
This week’s U-turn concerning the decision to prosecute Lord Janner for alleged child sex offences has thrown a spotlight onto a procedure in English criminal law called the “trial of the act”.
Firms that let talented, tech-savvy thinkers go are losing out to New Law upstarts that are deploying hardcore R&D to break down barriers
This week sees the publication of the third Asia-Pacific 150 report.
As students of French history will know, down the years the summer months in Paris have echoed to the sound of revolution.
It’s not true that the legal industry is behind the times – in fact, innovation has always been a big part of what makes law such a satisfying profession.
If you work in-house, are you frustrated by the uninspiring service or lack of innovation your external legal services providers offer you?