Managing partner Andrew Leaitherland said the firm is ‘ahead of the game’ despite profits dropping.
The latest data page figures, compiled by Moneyfacts, are now available.
Your law firm is keen to do its bit for the community by donating to charity. Admirable – but there’s quite a lot to consider.
New research by the Legal Services Board aims to begin to fill the gap in knowledge about the prices of legal services.
A shrinking economy and proposed changes to the profession have left Canada’s traditionally insular legal profession looking outwards for new opportunities.
London-based capital markets lawyers are prospering as the M&A market rebounds and corporates raise money for growth.
East Africa’s legal markets remain diverse, but economic and political integration is heightening interest in the region.
Law firms should involve all staff in preparing for disaster recovery.
Far-reaching civil justice reforms and a nascent economic recovery are cheering Italy’s lawyers after three years of recession.
New accounting requirements could mean law firms ultimately find it more difficult to borrow money.
How can property law be updated so that it is relevant in a world that is becoming ‘shared’?
Gideon Moore elected for a four-year term.
Daniel Krigers and Dan Hirst both promoted to partner. Joanne Jones, Rebecca Payne, Nils O’Donoghue, Bhavna Patel and Peter Harling now associates.
Eleanor McCabe spent two years training with the firm.
Vladimir Maly has joined the London office as a partner in the corporate practice.