19 May 2014
HSF’s head of global arbitration chats about a memorable international career and being made a QC.
12 May 2014
Veteran campaigning solicitor Alastair Logan recounts how a telephone call in December 1974 ‘changed everything’.
7 April 2014
Few women solicitors have smashed the ‘glass ceiling’ into as many shards as CMS Cameron McKenna’s Penelope Warne.
31 March 2014
The world of the solicitor spearheading a new charity committed to helping victims of miscarriages of justice.
24 March 2014
Outgoing OFT chair Philip Collins tells us about a 40-year City career which culminated in a spell running the UK’s competition watchdog.
24 February 2014
Slater Gordon’s UK general counsel has a truly unique in-house role.
10 February 2014
Personal injury specialist Catherine Leech’s high-profile work confounds the red-top stereotype.
27 January 2014
Meet the 686th lord mayor of London, an ambassador for the City.
13 January 2014
The founder of ClientEarth talks to the Gazette about how Zen Buddhism informs his work and being raided by the Polish police.
Mediator and panellist, JAMS International
9 December 2013
Sport and equalities minister
18 November 2013
TLT’s managing partner talks about expanding the national firm in a recession and learning from other sectors.
11 November 2013
The UK’s judge at the European Court of Human Rights explains how it ‘insures’ nations against ‘backsliding into totalitarian government’.
4 November 2013
The Gazette ’s Legal Personality of the Year reflects on a career spent holding the authorities to account.
28 October 2013
Head of foreign property, DWF, Manchester.
21 October 2013
The new president of the European Law Institute talks to us about its work and her frustration at trying to win over Eurosceptics.
14 October 2013
From humbling the health secretary to high-profile inquests, Lewisham Council’s legal chief has centre stage in the London borough’s life.
30 September 2013
The legal services director for the United Synagogue, talks about the work of the Beth Din, managing cemeteries and lobbying government.
2 September 2013
The pioneers behind Herbert Smith Freehills’ programme to promote mental wellness discuss their work.
05 August 2013
Alison Saunders, the next director of public prosecutions, inherits a Crown Prosecution Service whose lawyers have scant faith in its management.
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