Bus conductor, itinerant waiter, traveller, solicitor. New Law Society president Joe Egan has seen a lot.
‘This sucker could go down!’ George W Bush said during the global financial crisis. Robert Elliott – on his way to the top at City behemoth Linklaters – could see that for himself, hears Paul Rogerson
What happens when law firms go under – and how can they stay afloat in choppy waters? We consult Quantuma’s ‘specialists in failure’.
Chairman of the bar talks about the importance of public service and why the two branches of the profession must work together.
Well-known member of Bournemouth legal community passed away on December 23.
We talk cricket and the Commonwealth with serial legal pioneer Baroness Scotland QC.
Stephens Scown’s managing partner explains why the ‘John Lewis’ law firm is one of the country’s best employers.
Financial watchdog the FCA’s general counsel eschewed a magic circle career for government service – and has never regretted it.
Kay, a truly gifted solicitor, passed away on 7 August aged 43. She read law and Chinese at the University of Leeds, graduating in 1995. Kay trained at City firm Lovells where she met her partner Anand Doobay, who is also a solicitor. She was admitted to the roll in ...
The former Law Society president reflects on an eventful career, including her latest role overseeing the Lords.
How do you turn around a law firm that just lost £570m? We speak to Slater and Gordon’s UK chief executive.
Rosenblatt’s pioneering chief executive used to own Brands Hatch. She talks about doing law in a different way.
One of our Olympic heroes who turned to a career in the law after the heady days of summer 2012.