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Jumping through hoops – why merit-based pay is becoming the norm at top law firms

Merit-based pay for associates is rapidly becoming the norm rather than the exception. Pui-Guan Man takes a look at the different options on offer and the challenges firms still need to overcome

04 Apr 2014 | 10:17 | secure


Turning up the heat – South Africa's role as a hub for the wider continent

According to many lawyers in South Africa the vibe at the African Mining Indaba – a practically mandatory event in every major local law firm's calendar – was somewhat reserved this year. It is not hard to see why, when taking into account reduced...

20 Feb 2014 | 09:55 | secure


The compass points south – how do in-house legal teams in Africa rate their external advisers?

Ian Isdale, group company secretary and general counsel of leading African food and consumer goods company Tiger Brands and immediate past president of the Corporate Lawyers Association of South Africa, is putting it mildly when he says: "There has be...

31 Jan 2014 | 00:00 | secure



Dealmaker: Farmida Bi

Norton Rose Fulbright's European head of Islamic finance on politics, procrastination and forced fun

20 Feb 2014 | 10:45 | secure


Go your own way - Norton Rose Fulbright CEO Peter Martyr on how he changed his firm's mindset

At the Global Independent Law Firms Forum, Norton Rose Fulbright chief executive Peter Martyr told John Malpas how he changed his firm's mindset and urged business lawyers to give more back to society

05 Jul 2013 | 00:00 | secure


Norton Rose seals South America entrance with new Canada tie-up

Norton Rose has confirmed that it is to add a second Canadian firm to its international network, with Calgary-based Macleod Dixon to merge with the firm on 1 January 2012. The move, news of which first emerged in the Canadian press yesterday (3 Oct...

04 Oct 2011 | 10:07 | secure




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