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Law firms' financial health, magic circle pay and year-end revenues – Charlotte Edmond reviews this week's highlights
05 Jun 2015 | 12:14
It is not difficult to identify likely areas for banking litigation, especially with the ever growing presence of litigation funding making its mark. This article discusses some of the key issues...
01 Jun 2015 | 01:26
Legal Innovation Awards, business confidence survey and partner promotions analysis
29 May 2015 | 10:04
International firms are bulking up in London and a contextual recruitment tool could help in the battle to increase diversity
26 May 2015 | 12:56
Accountancy Age editor Kevin Reed sets out the lessons law firms can take from accountancy's listing failures
18 May 2015 | 14:39
My affection for Twitter, combined with my ability to be easily distracted, leads me down many an avenue of intriguing discovery, such as the lawyer in a cage spotted last week at Liverpool Street Station...
18 May 2015 | 11:45
Charlotte Edmond looks back at the biggest stories from Legal Week over the last week...
15 May 2015 | 13:04
A selection of the best stories from Legal Week over the last week...
08 May 2015 | 13:18
A selection of some of the best content from Legal Week over the last week
01 May 2015 | 10:58
From the impact the legal profession's 24/7 culture to catching out Nigel Boardman, Charlotte Edmond rounds up the best of Legal Week this week
24 Apr 2015 | 11:09
From Wall Street legends to making the most of veteran partners, Georgina Stanley rounds up the best of Legal Week this week
17 Apr 2015 | 16:06
The great and the good of the legal IT community were out in force this February for a reception to mark the retirement of Janet Day as director of IT at Berwin Leighton Paisner...
15 Apr 2015 | 12:20
When Marty McFly travelled far, far into the future (erm, to 2015), he found a new world of CCTV, biometrics and video conferencing. He also found that lawyers had been abolished...
25 Mar 2015 | 10:26
Neil Cameron explains how a little progressive thinking could help law firms avoid having to resort to regular redundancy rounds and "knee-jerk BD activities"...
19 Feb 2015 | 16:44
Lord Grabiner's cross-examination yesterday (21 January) by the Treasury Select Committee investigating the Bank of England's role in the foreign exchange scandal provides an interesting opportunity to reflect on barristers, costs and the influence of...
22 Jan 2015 | 16:20