• Dana-Denis-Smith

    Make me a match

    30 September 2019

    Why send legal work to outsourcing centres in India, when top lawyers here sit idle? Dana Denis-Smith talks to Eduardo Reyes about women in the law and her thriving 1,700-lawyer legal support business

  • Sarah Henwood

    Scoring centuries

    5 August 2019

    Sarah Henwood talks to Eduardo Reyes about running the world’s oldest law firm.

  • Therese Pritchard

    At the double

    24 June 2019

    A news report and a clandestine coffee in Berlin created a transatlantic firm with a billion-dollar turnover, led by two women co-chairs. Eduardo Reyes talks to Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner’s Therese Pritchard and Lisa Mayhew

  • Shazia Khan

    My legal life: Shazia Khan

    3 June 2019

    Partner at Irwin Mitchell, London.

  • Harriet wistrich 3

    Born fighter

    29 April 2019

    Securing accountability for violence against women and girls drives campaigning lawyer Harriet Wistrich, hears Melanie Newman

  • Caroline green

    My legal life: Caroline Green

    8 April 2019

    Senior partner at Browne Jacobson.

  • Sophie naftalin

    Lawyer in the news: Sophie Naftalin

    25 March 2019

    Solicitor in the police law department at Bhatt Murphy, London.

  • Janet Legrand QC

    Taking control

    21 January 2019

    An unquenchable drive is in Janet Legrand’s DNA. This catapulted the Woman Lawyer of the Year 2018 to the helm of global firm DLA Piper and into the heart of international dispute resolution, writes Jonathan Rayner

  • 425 susan bright

    High Atlantic

    30 July 2018

    Susan Bright, managing partner of Hogan Lovells in London, tells why partnerships are not like corporates and how she likes nothing better than a blank sheet of paper.

  • Sandie Okoro

    Interview: Sandie Okoro

    14 May 2018

    How can a lawyer help end world poverty and spread the benefits of economic growth? It starts with remembering to make your bed, World Bank general counsel Sandie Okoro tells Eduardo Reyes.

  • Woolley

    Interview: Linda Woolley

    16 April 2018

    Kingsley Napley’s ‘non-posh’ managing partner doesn’t rate people by rank. Perhaps that’s why it’s judged a great place to work.