News UK has promoted deputy general counsel Emma Moloney to head of legal following the death of Paul Chinnery last year.
Flint Bishop’s managing partner Ken Dixon has quit the firm alongside fellow equity partner Zafar Bashir after over 20 years at the Midlands outfit.
Retired Court of Appeal judge Maurice Kay QC has returned to private arbitration practice at regional set Kings Chambers.
Banking set 3 Verulam Buildings (3VB) has become the latest chambers to appoint a chief executive following a restructure of its practice management team.
Olswang human resources director Ffion Griffith has become the latest high-profile exit from the firm amid allegations of friction between partners and former CEO David Stewart’s team.
Pinsent Masons has strengthened its lead at the top of the Aim rankings, with Carey Olsen and Memery Crystal coming in joint second.
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