One year on, International Bar Association vows continued support for Ukraine

IBA underscores efforts to ensure legal accountability on first anniversary of Russian invasion

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DLA Piper associate recognised for spearheading pro bono project to advise Ukrainian refugees

Olivia Clark praises collaborative efforts of more than 300 lawyers from City of London law firms

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‘Our Nuremburg moment’: international legal community pledges continued support for Ukraine at IBA conference in Miami

Offer of support made at packed conference event hosted by the Ukrainian Bar Association that called for Special Tribunal to prosecute Russian war crimes

Latham and Sayenko Kharenko take lead roles on Ukraine's $20bn debt restructuring

Pair advised JPMorgan on international agreement to save $6bn over two years

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Weil, White & Case advise on Ukrainian debt restructuring deal

Plan will suspend Ukraine’s debt payments for two years as Russia’s war drags on

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CMS appoints new managing partner for Kyiv office

Energy specialist takes helm as Ukrainian team looks to future and rebuilding phase

Kyiv-based lawyer features in record 60-strong CMS partner promotions round

Disputes specialist Olga Shenk joins partner ranks as dispersed Ukraine team remains operational

Covington, Withers and French independent Sygna Partners join Ukraine government war crimes task force

Trio will field pro bono teams alongside human rights advocates and academics including Amal Clooney and Baroness Helena Kennedy QC

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Baker McKenzie’s Ukraine business resumes operations as war enters second month

Kyiv office will remain closed for visitors and meetings, with staff working elsewhere in Ukraine and Europe

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Quinn Emanuel acts pro bono for Ukraine in human rights proceedings over Russia invasion

Team to bring case before European Convention on Human Rights over ‘unprovoked, unjustified and unlawful acts of aggression’

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International law experts join campaign for 'Nuremberg-inspired' tribunal to investigate Putin

Ukraine foreign minister and two former British prime ministers among signatories of Justice for Ukraine

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CMS puts Moscow office under 'critical review' over Russia's 'brutal and unlawful' invasion of Ukraine

International giant known for strength of Eastern European network becomes third law firm to place future of Moscow arm in the spotlight

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Top Ukrainian business lawyer calls on international firms to quit Moscow as he helps defend Kyiv

'I predict we will stay strong,' Vasil Kisil & Partner managing partner Andriy Stelmashchuk tells Global Legal Post

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Mannheimer Swartling withdraws Swedish lawyers from Moscow office and plots 'orderly exit'

Operations in Russia suspended 'with immediate effect' as firm concedes international trade has not ensured peace

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Allen & Overy pledges to refuse new Russia-related instructions

UK Magic Circle firm condemns ‘unlawful invasion’ and also says it will ‘stop work that goes against our values’

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Norton Rose Fulbright’s leadership moves to draw line under Russian sanctions memo controversy

Gerard Pecht publishes statement from leadership team expressing ‘unequivocal’ opposition to Russian invasion

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'Pray for Ukraine and Ukrainian people' – Arzinger Law Office defiant as IBA condemns 'illegal' Russian invasion

Baker McKenzie, CMS, Dentons and Kinstellar close local branches as they prioritise staff safety

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CMS plans life sciences push with arrival of four-strong team in Ukraine 

Partner Borys Danevych joins as head of life sciences in firm's Kiev office

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