Magic circle firm keeps on 38 out of 40 trainees following its announcement of increased bonuses for top associates
Slaughter and May has become the first UK firm to reveal its spring 2016 retention rate, with the firm retaining 95% of its trainees compared to 88% in spring 2015. The firm confirmed today that out...
Last week's vote to leave the European Union came among one of the busiest lateral hiring sprees by US law firms in London, but that growth may now be put to the test
On Friday it became clear that the UK public had voted to leave the EU. What does it mean for international law firms?
Legal advice will be in high demand as fear grips the City; but law firms will not be immune to the impact of Brexit
The pro-Remain lawyer on the bumpy road ahead for law firms in a nation outside of the EU
UK firms have spread to have offices across Europe in recent decades but that could all be set to change