Enhanced list of third countries with weak anti-money laundering and terrorist financing regimes include Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and Panama.
Pioneer Moya Quinlan was buried today in Dublin, a 'beloved icon' and first woman president of Law Society of Ireland, who died aged 98.
BigHand, a technology support partner to law firms, announces formation of newly expanded account management teams.
Lawyers who took to the streets of Delhi supported by 1.7 million nationally as profession demands budget allocation for lawyers' welfare.
President signs competition amendment bill into law, but not all lawyers in the country are convinced.
In-house lawyers now make up one-quarter of the New Zealand legal profession, consistent with global trends.
Class action litigation in New Zealand is relatively rare according to new research, as The New Zealand Law Society highlights issue.
Disruption has opened up a world of opportunities for the legal marketplace in the UK, says Jeffrey Catanzaro.
The law firm will run a programme helping tech pioneers develop and market their businesses.
Ropes & Gray, Vinge, Advokatfirman Cederquist are advising on the $855m pharma deal.
In this month's Bookshelf, The Global Legal Post's Editor-At-Large, Dr David Cowan, picks three topical books on hate, China and the US.