Profiles

  • Simon Cliff
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    Interview: Simon Cliff

    1 December 2014

    Manchester City Football Club’s first general counsel Simon Cliff talks about his part in ‘building a structure for the future’.

  • Keith Schilling
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    Interview: Keith Schilling

    3 November 2014

    Schilling has built a fearsome reputation in high-profile divorce, libel and privacy cases. But he says it’s not too late to reinvent his firm.

  • David Howarth
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    Interview: David Howarth

    20 October 2014

    Fundamental assumptions that underpin our approach to the law are wrong, says David Howarth, academic and former MP for Cambridge.

  • Timothy Kirkhope
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    Interview: Timothy Kirkhope

    6 October 2014

    The Conservative MEP and one-time solicitor talks about the importance of the European parliament and his dislike of the human rights ‘industry’.

  • Gavin Tyler
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    Interview: Gavin Tyler

    29 September 2014

    Pioneering managing partner Tyler personifies Cripps’ ‘core value of openness’.

  • Desmond Hudson
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    Interview: Desmond Hudson

    15 September 2014

    The now retired chief executive reflects on an eventful eight years at the Law Society.

  • Robert Hunter
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    Robert Hunter

    1 September 2014

    HSF partner Robert Hunter, who is profoundly deaf, tells Jonathan Rayner how he carved out a career as a City fraudbuster.

  • Andrew Caplen
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    Andrew Caplen

    28 July 2014

    The new Law Society president is using the challenges facing the profession as a chance to re-engage with solicitors.

  • David Greenwood
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    David Greenwood

    7 July 2014

    David Greenwood has been acting for victims of childhood sexual abuse since the early 1990s. He outlines why the government must start listening.

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    Profile: Marilyn Stowe

    23 June 2014

    Dealing with warring couples has not given divorce lawyer Marilyn Stowe a jaundiced view of human nature. Quite the reverse.