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Hodgart Consulting merges with US firm Hildebrandt

A UK and a US legal consulting firm are merging to form what will be the largest consultancy of its kind in the world. UK firm Hodgart Consulting is merging with Hildebrandt of the US on 1 May to form Hildebrandt International in the first transatlantic union of legal consultants. Francis Quinlan, a senior consultant […]

It's been a bad week for…

Manners. Not content with the amount of free publicity it received after Lord Irvine graced his walls with its u300 a roll Pugin-style paper at taxpayers’ expense, wallpaper company Walker Greenbank has ungraciously slammed the Government for enacting policies which have lost the company u600,000. The UK’s human rights record. At great embarrassment to the […]

Dibbs loses equity partner

Dibb Lupton Alsop’s Birmingham office has lost an equity partner to Stratford-on-Avon firm Lodders. Richard Ollis was a property lawyer at the office and is believed to have handled all Allied Dunbar property work. His new firm is a small three-office practice which specialises in private client and agriculture work. Ollis’ arrival in the commercial […]

Don't forget the public LPCs

We read with interest your special report on the Legal Practice Course (LPC). We fully support much of what was said in the article and commend your efforts to stimulate the debate. However, we are concerned that the article quoted, and concentrated, on the two private providers of the LPC and failed to refer, except […]

Perrin's View

The force is still with the City A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away a band of rebels set out on a mission to end the Empire’s domination of the universe… at least, that’s how it seemed at the time. If the theme sounds familiar, it is hardly surprising. As themes go, […]

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