13 December 2018
Recent news that the head of global law firm Baker McKenzie, Paul Rawlinson, is taking temporary leave due to exhaustion raises the question of whether law firms are doing enough to support the wellbeing of their employees, says Averil Leimon.
27 September 2018
Hedge funds are making sizeable returns from the proceeds of litigation. But could law firms play them at their own game?
24 August 2018
Culture, structure and inclusiveness are key to starting a pro bono programme in a new office, say Jenner & Block lawyers Andrew Vail, Christian Tuddenham and Victoria Fitzpatrick.
11 June 2018
Becoming a partner is not the purpose that will motivate many lawyers for much longer, says Andy Milligan of the Caffeine Partnership. Doing something they believe in and in a way that benefits the world and suits them is a more sustainable solution.
21 March 2018
Generating new content for websites takes time and resource, says James Noble.
02 March 2018
In the face of increasingly sophisticated international competition, are our courts doing enough to stay up to date? John MacKenzie of Shepherd & Wedderburn says there is more work to be done in the County Courts.
26 February 2018
Has Singapore missed a trick in not permitting third-party funding for all cases heard by the Singapore International Commercial Court, ask Charlie Morris and Lara Hofer of Woodsford Litigation Funding?
22 February 2018
What role will Luxembourg play in the current challenging international environment? Edouard D'Anterroches discusses business in the Grand Duchy after Brexit.
16 February 2018
Will 2018 be the 'big-bang' year for the use of Alternative Legal Services providers, asks PwC's Peter Workman?
05 January 2018
Chatbots and conversational search will be the focus for legal technologists next year, say Jeff Pfeifer of LexisNexis and Josh Becker of Lex Machina who give their predictions on what's hot and what's not.