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For the second time this year, criminal courts across England and Wales emptied today as criminal barristers stage a full-day walkout in protest against the Government’s insistence on cuts to legal aid
At The Lawyer we don’t hide the fact that we’re fans of one of the BBC’s flagship shows, The Apprentice. What, frankly, would winter be without it?
If you were asked to sketch a picture of a lawyer, chances are you’d draw a white man in a grey suit. The stereotypical image of the profession isone that favours primarily Anglo-Saxon middle class graduates who move, like a shoal of well-heeled fish, from private school to Oxbridge to the City
It was the biggest law firm collapse of all time but the fallout from Dewey & LeBoeuf’s insolvency is only set to intensify.
Has Eversheds bitten off more than even its eager mouths can chew with the three-region extension to its fixed-fee mandate with airline trade association, International Air Transport Association (IATA)?
Slaughter and May has revealed a 95 per cent retention rate for its spring 2014 qualifiers, keeping 38 of 40 trainees.
Stephenson Harwood’s non-executive supervisory council has re-appointed Sharon White as chief executive officer (CEO) for a second three-year term.
39 Essex Street’s Jenni Richards QC successfully persuaded the High Court that a widow has the right to save her dead husband’s frozen sperm so that she could have his children in the future.
Eversheds has added 10 more African firms to its swiftly-growing Eversheds Africa Law Institute (EALI), just six months after launching the initiative.
K&L Gates has posted a 23 per cent increase in London turnover to £40.5m, while global profit per equity partner (PEP) has dropped by 7.4 per cent to $832,376.