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The Lawyer Awards winners 2003: where are they now?


Each week as we count down to The Lawyer Awards 2008, we will take a look at some previous winners and see how their careers have progressed.

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North West firm DWF has hired four new partners. In Leeds, Rupert Nevin, a founder partner in DLA Piper‘s regulatory team, becomes head of the new business regulation, health, safety and environment team, while Carol Grundell arrives from Fox Hayes to lead the family law group. In Manchester, James Lonsdale joins as a commercial and […]

United they stand…

The growth of regional commercial hubs in the South East could threaten the traditional high street law firm – only the strong and adaptable will survive, says Gregory Burgess While the much-heralded reforms of the Legal Services Act might be responsible for consolidation in the marketplace, it could be argued that the impact of the […]

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