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In brief: Co-operation Ireland launch UK legal arm

Non-political charity Co-operation Ireland will launch a lawyers group this week to support cross-border projects in Ireland. The charity, headed by Terry Neill, chairman of the Arthur Andersen board, will hold its first reception for lawyers at Collyer-Bristow’s offices on Wednesday. Also sponsoring the event is Allied Irish Bank, The Lawyer and Magrath & Co. […]

IBA Conference – India calls on foreigners to play on level playing field

The Indian Bar Association appears to have removed some obstacles to foreign lawyers setting up in its country – only to raise new ones. During the inaugural ceremony, Lalit Bhasin, honorary secretary-general of the Indian Bar Association, said international lawyers were welcome to come to India “so long as they practise on a level playing […]

Eversheds ponders its global strategy

EVERSHEDS is looking to expand in Europe and the Far East, either by opening its own offices or by linking up with an existing international alliance. Chairman Keith James said the firm would be appointing three senior partners “as soon as we can” to form a committee charged with the task of “implementing its international […]

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