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Is the Pope a Catholic? Does a bear ‘go’ in the woods? Does Irwin Mitchell want external investment?
There have been seismic shifts amongst life’s – and law’s – eternal certainties today. First, Irwin Mitchell CEO John Pickering backs slowly away from those heady statements of flotation made in 2011, like a very busy man confronted with a time-consuming jigsaw.
Then, Pope Benedict resigns. Can he do that? Is there a lateral hire in the offing?
Maybe after all the Godless behaviour of lawyers last week, Benedict XVI has finally realised his chalice is a poisoned one. Certainly there are a few mid-tier firms that could do with some divine intervention from the Vatican’s managing partner.
The rumour that David Jabbari is about to be parachuted in to Rome to seal a merger with the Church of England is gathering pace.
We await the smoke signal with bated breath.
PS Today The Lawyer launches a monthly deals round-up in print and online featuring the pick of the month’s deal mandates, including monthly Thomson Reuters rankings, an analysis of a transaction in Deal of the Month and a focus on two dealmakers in Partner of the Month and Associate of the Month. Plus, sign up here for the weekly Deals Insider newsletter with in-depth analysis of client wins, relationships, data and legal fees.
PPS The Lawyer’s sister magazine Lawyer 2B is holding a ‘Law for Non-Law’ careers evening on 20 February in association with the College of Law. It is an event designed specifically to guide and engage with students who have not studied a law degree but wish to pursue a career in law. For further details click here.