Morning briefing

  • Morning Briefing: WA Law Society president resigns by Steve Randall

    Matthew Keogh has announced his resignation as president of the Law Society of Western Australian… China will have 300,000 lawyers by the end of the year… Chapman Tripp announces chief-executive-elect… Europe’s ‘right to be forgotten’ law reveals flaw…

  • Morning Briefing: Lawyer found dead, man charged by Steve Randall

    A 23-year-old man has been charged over the death of a lawyer who was found dead at her home… Vietnamese law firms form new alliance… Growing disparity between revenue, profits… Lawyers run digital music industry says Kim Dotcom…

  • Morning Briefing: Law firms 'brutal' when it comes to commitment by Steve Randall

    Does Amazon’s workplace culture remind you of somewhere?... New home for Ashurst in London… Lawyers arrested for funding militants…

  • Morning Briefing: Korea, India ready to open up legal markets by Steve Randall

    Foreign law firms will have the opportunity to practice in two Asian markets which are currently heavily restricted… Singapore firm launches contract lawyers’ service… New managing associate for Sydney firm… Russian data law to create hurdle for businesses…

  • Morning Briefing: Law firms borrowing more to boost business by Steve Randall

    A new report shows law firms are borrowing more to invest in technology, retain lawyers and fund expansion plans… Indian lawyers benefitting from growing perks… Law firm hires new corporate partner in Hong Kong… Lawyers want Kamitsis proceedings supressed due to “lunatic” media…

  • Morning Briefing: Bank criticises law firm over fees by Steve Randall

    Akin Gump has been criticised by Bank of America over the law firm’s fees for representing a creditor’s committee… Aussie law firm goes back to the future… Law Society launches mentoring programme for minorities… Lawsuit centres on two word tweet…