Linklaters, Baker McKenzie and Ropes & Gray have published the most sought-after briefings, according to Lexology
Legal professionals hide their disability when applying for jobs while firms are risk averse when hiring, according to a major UK study
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Barristers need to rethink their practices with technology know-how and skills lacking, says new research.
Firms struggling to adopt new tech due to lack of skills and poor legacy platforms despite employee appreciation of digitisation's benefits
With senior executives making headlines, a forum for their advisors will be launched in London next month discussing legal and reputational issues for corporates.
Herbert Smith Freehills showcases promising new legal talent at the first-ever Oxford v Cambridge disability moot as 18 teams challenged for the prize
Survey reveals despite increase in average revenues, 84 percent of partners say retaining talent is key challenge amongst others.
Appointments from Australia to America, with a number of European appointments, ring the changes around the house this week.
Ashurst has announced a new global parental policy in a move towards increasing diversity in the firm.
Workplace equality, mental health and Brexit top the agenda of European employers, according to Littler survey.
Some major corporations top the bill in changes around the house this week,
Toyota acknowledges employee suicide case as car giant says it hopes to prevent further cases after authorities ruled on employee suicide.
Society says “more options than ever” to qualify as a solicitor with launch of new professional practice course hybrid.
Gibson Dunn adds partner to lead employment practice and associate duo in Paris.
BarkerGilmore adds former Mastercard worldwide general counsel to the firm's senior advisor roster.
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