Auctioning work experience places to the highest bidder is an inherently unfair system
Nicky Richmond says more needs to be done to keep women in the law, following the prospect of Government targets in the FTSE100.
Last year we launched our inaugural City associate attitudes survey. The findings surprised anyone who assumed that junior and mid-level lawyers were obsessed with money; the firms they consistently ranked top were not the stony Wall Street practices but genial internationalists like Baker & McKenzie.
With global profits should come global corporate responsibility
If Whitehall lawyers are to be part of a civil service spin-out, there are state and EU legalities to consider
A CoA decision against Commerzbank is a warning that common law contractual rules are alive and kicking
Before DPAs become law, we should scope out the pitfalls in the US system and learn from them quickly
Manchester United’s biggest legal fan, Mark Rawlinson, pays tribute to his footballing hero
Abu Dhabi financial free zone means opportunities for common law-qualified lawyers
Contracting parties that don’t take advice on which law governs their agreement are asking for trouble