Irish legal community asks lawyers to support fleeing Afghan legal professionals

The Law Society of Ireland creates community support model to support those fleeing from the Taliban regime

  • 2yrs

A race against time: how Hogan Lovells volunteers have been helping the Afghan women’s cycling team

Efforts to secure evacuation of elite female athletes have featured 150-strong team working across nine time zones

  • 2yrs
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Bengal braced for falling tax revenue after big business challenge

The Indian state of West Bengal is braced to see a fall in tax revenue this year after Tata Steel, Cadbury and other multinationals challenged one of its tax laws.

  • 10yrs

Conducting an investigation in a hostile environment

US lawyer Kevin E Evans goes on a client mission in Afghanistan to investigate allegations of corruption on a USAID programme

  • 12yrs

Shortage of women lawyers curbing justice

A lack of female lawyers in Afghanistan is severely curbing access to justice for women in the war-torn country, according to a report in a Turkish magazine.

  • 12yrs