Excellence in Pro Bono Award – Finalist 2017
Understand more about the ongoing support that Simmons & Simmons and the LRI offer to developing nations in climate change negotiations.
Nominations are now open for the 2018 awards.
3 December 2018
Three decades as a managing partner crystallised Lynne Burdon’s ‘core ideology’, the entrepreneur, mentor and author tells Jonathan Rayner
1 October 2018
Gerald Shamash has represented errant members of parliament, hacking victims, and butchers’ insurers over limbs lost to sharp professional blades. Eduardo Reyes met him
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.
9 July 2018
New Law Society president Christina Blacklaws is a woman in a hurry. Gender equality, disruptive technology and wellbeing in the profession are high on a crowded to-do list, she tells the Gazette .
25 June 2018
Prolific true-crime author James Morton has dabbled in astrology and once ran a junk shop. Anything but criminal defence.
18 June 2018
Gary Hickinbottom, sole solicitor at the Court of Appeal, began his judicial career as a parking adjudicator. He talks about a ‘colossal’ workload and his mission to achieve a more diverse bench.
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