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The next round of the Legal Harmony choir competition for lawyers kicks off next week – but what are the advantages to setting up a firm choir? It’s lunchtime at a law firm’s office somewhere near you. The anticipated rush to the sandwich shop fails to materialise for some. For those individuals a smallish room […]


Charles Russell Speechlys expands Middle East construction practice with Trowers hire

Charles Russell Speechlys has hired a new head of construction for the Middle East from Trowers & Hamlins. Paula Boast became a partner at Trowers & Hamlins’ Bahrain office after leaving legacy Charles Russell in 2006.  She started working in Charles Russell Speechlys’ Doha division last weekend, with her appointment intended to build the firm’s […]


Linklaters’ UK competition head Riedel joins Kirkland & Ellis

The trend for US firms to bring in some of UK firm’s top legal talent is continuing with the news that Kirkland & Ellis has hired the head of Linklaters’ UK competition practice Paula Riedel. Riedel has been at Linklaters since qualifying in 1996. She became a partner in 2003 and has been UK head […]

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Exclusive: Lloyds Bank closes down litigation teams in regional offices

Lloyds Bank has closed its litigation teams in Hove and Cockfosters in a continuation of the redundancies to hit its in-house legal team. The regional offices will stay open but all of the lawyers have left the bank. It is understood the team closures across the two offices could affect around 12 lawyers plus a […]

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French boutique Villey Giraud Grolleaud makes first lateral from HSF

French boutique Villey Giraud Grolleaud has made its first lateral hire since launching two years ago, picking up Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) corporate partner Frédéric Grillier. Grillier joins the firm after over a decade at HSF as a partner in the firm’s Paris corporate practice. Villey Giraud Grolleaud was founded in early 2013 by three […]

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