Ireland's M&A environment remains strong following volatile 2018, according to research from Irish law firm William Fry.
Law Society of Ireland launches new gender equality, diversity and inclusion task force, as women make up a third of new partners at law firms.
Lawyers complain of 'living in hell' at work and experiencing family and other relationship problems.
Rules around non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) and confidentiality clauses are set to be tightened under new UK legal proposals.
GLP is on the ground in Galway to mark historic three-day visit by Irish supreme court in trend of supreme courts getting closer to the people, while UK supreme court to head to Wales.
LUXURY LAW SUMMIT
'New' luxury will meet the vintage revolution at the 7th Luxury Law London Summit next month, and also look at the secondary market.
LSB approves BSB proposals for training barristers in England & Wales but criticism means the Inns retain their 'fundamental role.'
Employment tribunal in UK find for 27 claimants in case concerning the rights of workers at National Gallery.
Finance and regulation see top CFIUS official join in high profile US move, while global financial investors group sees leadership changes in Europe.
In a legal tech first, firm brings major clients together to launch programme to benefit clients and entrepreneurs.