Kemp

More Shard, less Cheops – the new look of law

4-May-2015 | By Richard Kemp

Are firms’ strategies ready for the shake-up that artificial intelligence is set to bring?

 John Butterfield QC

Panton case highlights 'genuinely important' public interest issues

29-Apr-2015

The decision of the prosecution to offer no evidence against former News of the World journalist Lucy Panton ends a four-year saga she describes as a ‘hellish ordeal’, but wider issues remain.

music

What makes lawyers sing?

28-Apr-2015

The next round of the Legal Harmony choir competition for lawyers kicks off next week - but what are the advantages to setting up a firm choir?

Cat Griffiths index

KWM’s resurgence will be built on real estate

27-Apr-2015 | By Catrin Griffiths

Eye-catching defections tend to be from corporate or finance departments, so it was a nice change for us to report last week a notable news story in real estate, a practice area that – outside magic circle firms’ covert downsizing – rarely sees dramatic team moves.

Peter Kalis 2015 index

Women, teamwork and innovation

27-Apr-2015 | By Peter Kalis

Now that more women are adding their skill and insight to the team game of law, the profession stands on the cusp of greatness.

Underhill

A call for a change in the law to support cyclists

22-Apr-2015

The Green Party has called for legislation aimed at protecting pedestrians and cyclists. Is now the right time?

Matt Byrne

Learn from Gibson Dunn: get your crisis control plan in place

20-Apr-2015 | By Matt Byrne

When Gibson Dunn & Crutcher reported itself to the SRA last month it was sending a clear message: we’re acting decisively, quickly and we’re on top of this nightmare.

Ashley Crossley opinion index

Resident non-domicile tax status under scrutiny

15-Apr-2015

Labour’s non-dom plans could damage the UK’s status as a great place to move to and do business.