Linklaters partner discusses his New York Summit panel, the importance of technology for brands, industry trends and working across cultures.
Kawsar Zaman on mentoring’s crucial role in improving social mobility within the legal profession
PoliticallyinFashion founder talks about her work and why brands should engage in activism in advance of Luxury Law New York presentation on 2 November
Dana Denis-Smith reflects on her life and career as a journalist, lawyer, entrepreneur and diversity campaigner
Alessandra Almeida Jones reflects on her early struggle for a sense of belonging and the role marketers can play advancing diversity in law
Nina Goswami discusses her life and career ahead of judging GLP’s first Women and Diversity in Law Awards
Annabel Dumbell reflects on her life and diversity work ahead of judging GLP’s first Women and Diversity in Law Awards
Rachel Chan, a barrister at 42 Bedford Row, discusses her social mobility advocacy ahead of judging GLP’s first Women and Diversity in Law Awards
Former Simmons & Simmons senior partner Dame Janet Gaymer discusses her life and career in the legal profession ahead of judging GLP’s first Women and Diversity in Law Awards
While attitudes are changing, argues Lara Oyesanya, the legal profession must work harder to tap a 'huge diverse talent pool'
More often than not, when a lawyer moves in-house their career trajectory remains there. But not always. Former Cargill in-house counsel Rafi Mottahedeh recently returned to private practice as head of the transactional tax practice at San Francisco-based law firm Shartsis Friese. Anne Gallagher asks him about the move back to private practice.