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  • LEGAL BUSINESS

    Millennial lawyers say business model broken

    05 April 2019

    New survey shows millennial lawyers aspire to partnership despite being critical of law firm culture, with women being more critical than men.

  • EXPANSION

    Jenner & Block adds 8-strong energy team

    05 April 2019

    Jenner & Block strengthens energy practice with addition of right-strong energy team from dissolved boutique firm.

  • SHARIA LAW

    Rights lawyers condemn new sharia code

    05 April 2019

    International rights groups have issued statements condemning Brunei over a sharia announcement which revives death penalty and laws contrary to human rights norms.

  • ONLINE PLATFORM

    Bird & Bird venture forth

    04 April 2019

    Bird & Bird launches twoVenture, an online platform for the UK high growth community

  • EXPANSION

    Dentons formalizes Oz relationship

    04 April 2019

    In a new move towards seamless integration, Dentons combine with associate firm in Adelaide to extend national footprint.

  • EXPANSION

    Ince relationships blossom

    04 April 2019

    Five former Ince & Co network firms join expanded Ince Gordon Dadds, bringing £23 million revenue to the party.

  • MERGERS

    Law firm mergers continue “unabated”

    03 April 2019

    A busy start to the year as 27 law firm combinations announced in first quarter of 2019, according to merger report.

  • GLOBAL MISSION

    UK lawyers in Lagos mission

    03 April 2019

    UK lawyers embark on government mission to boost legal services in Nigeria as part of forging global partnerships.

  • BLOCKCHAIN

    Do you speak crypto?

    03 April 2019

    Latham & Watkins won't help you speak Klingon, but their new initiative “The Book of Jargon” helps navigate the world of cryptocurrency and blockchain.


 

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