Not taking action means exposure to very real legal consequences in the next 18 months
The court’s principal judge hits back after a group said the court is a “dangerous place for women and children”
For a €40,000 pay cut, associates won’t have to burn the midnight oil ever again
After 20 years at another Big Six outfit, an infrastructure expert leaves to head a rival’s projects group
After losing to his republican nemesis, a US senate candidate has embarked on a crusade to expose illegal or irregular voting. The problem? His own lawyer has just been flagged
Does size matter? The different opinions on law firm offices... Baker & McKenzie creates second global hub… another finance firm enters the law business… and a former managing partner is accused of stealing $30m from firm’s bank accounts…
An international firm recently announced its plan to become one of the first in the UK to embrace fixed-fee litigation: But if the trend spread here, how would it go down Down Under?
A firm with a unique point of difference in the market has been growing at a rate of knots over the past two years and is now actively on the hunt for new young and talented lawyers
The 14 Queen’s Counsel appointments that were announced in June are now being called to the inner bar to take part in a ceremony described as one of the “profession’s most precious”
Clyde & Co hires Singapore aviation team from Kennedys… law firm hired to sue the US President… law career blogger advises on how to survive in a big firm… and business services sector optimistic about growth….