Employment

  • APPOINTMENTS

    Ince appoints new heads for London and China

    Global moves as firm names duo to head up London as group chief focuses internationally and appoints new head for China Practice in Singapore.

  • APPOINTMENTS

    Around the house

    Nordstrom's is just one of the corporates who went shopping for a new general counsel this week.

  • DIVERSITY

    US courts diversity problem

    Minority groups and women underrepresented on US state supreme courts, as report suggests judicial elections lack of diversity threatens legitimacy.

  • LEGAL PROFESSION

    Postcards from the legal edge

    California State Bar looks set to push the boundaries of legal practice as it invites public comment on tech task force's regulatory reform options.

  • APPOINTMENTS

    Around the house

    General counsel trend of ceo appointees continues apace with sodastream, as does jumping the fence, while Eli Lilly seeks new top lawyer and we mark a sad passing in this busy week around the house.

  • APPOINTMENTS

    Around the house

    Two women general counsel take top non-lawyer jobs, while two finance firms appoint their first-ever general counsel, in a busy week around the house.

  • APPOINTMENTS

    General counsel duo jump the fence

    General counsel at two major global banks have chosen to jump over the fence and take up new roles at Reed Smith and HSF.

  • LEGAL EDUCATION

    Jones Day rewards Chinese students

    Firm announces 11 winners of its International Legal Fellowship award in Beijing and Shanghai.

  • APPOINTMENTS

    Legal chief calls time at Heineken

    Surprise greets decision as Heineken USA legal chief quits the Company.

  • APPOINTMENTS

    Around the house

    Three women lead the changes this week, while a Tennessee bank gets their first general counsel and major brand looks in-house for their new guy.

  • TRAINING

    Magic circle's Oxbridge blues

    New report reveals almost a third of Magic Circle law graduates drawn from Oxbridge. Meanwhile Trowers & Hamlins reports retaining its trainees.

  • TRAINING

    Training embraced as profession adapts to changes

    Law firms have increased the amount of in-house training offered, according to a report from the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).

  • APPOINTMENTS

    Around the house

    An exciting week around the house sees eleven moves, including Fox sports hire, two movers into private practice and a few high profile general counsel leaving the field.

  • DIVERSITY

    Crowell & Moring not declaring victory

    Diversity and inclusion report updates Sponsorship 2.0 and Women's Leadership Initiative, as well as pro bono program.

  • WORKPLACE

    Back to work

    Law 'returnship' programme launched in Scotland to help lawyers, many of whom are women, reconnect with confidence.


 

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