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    Roundtable: corporate counsel

    9 November 2015

    Complex supply chains are a developing challenge for corporate counsel in international companies, affecting everything from tackling bribery and corruption to business continuity, hears the latest Gazette roundtable.

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    Roundtable: wellbeing

    12 October 2015

    Being a lawyer is stressful and legal workplaces are not renowned for their inclusivity. A Gazette roundtable considered the profession’s mental wellbeing challenges.

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    Roundtable: law and regeneration

    14 September 2015

    The regeneration of Birmingham has turned around the fortunes of England’s second city as it seeks to position itself as a global player. What lessons does this hold for the lawyers involved?

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    Roundtable: Legal IT

    3 August 2015

    Cutting-edge technology can help law firms innovate and remain agile, the Gazette’s latest roundtable heard.

  • Private client roundtable

    Roundtable: private wealth

    27 July 2015

    High-net-worth people with $1m or more to invest want advice from private client lawyers on issues ranging from tax to trusts.

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    Roundtable: personal injury

    29 June 2015

    The impact of far-reaching civil justice reforms was greatest for personal injury lawyers – just as government intended. Leading practitioners discuss their responses at the latest Gazette roundtable, held in Manchester.

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    Roundtable: public sector – the state we are in

    22 June 2015

    Public sector lawyers retain a keen service ethic, the latest Gazette roundtable heard. But in-house professionals and their law firm advisers are under pressure to think like entrepreneurs as they are challenged to do more for less.

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    Roundtable: PII market

    8 June 2015

    The 2014 professional indemnity renewal round was characterised as ‘benign’. After years of turmoil, is the insurance market for solicitors finally stabilising?

  • Roundtable: access to justice

    Roundtable: access to justice

    11 May 2015

    The legal profession’s belief in access to justice for all is undimmed. But faced with an ageing cadre of practitioners and swingeing public funding cuts, that commitment must be combined with creativity.

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    Roundtable: arbitration

    20 April 2015

    London is the world’s most popular seat for international arbitrations. Time to celebrate its dominance – or counsel against complacency?