Trilby Misso Lawyers announces brand relaunch

Slater and Gordon had acquired the firm 10 years ago

Over 50% of UK chambers don’t expect to last six to 12 months, Bar Council study finds

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, court work dropped by more than half for 75% of chambers

Clayton Utz rings in new financial year with new deputy chief executive partners

The newly appointed CEPs head up the clients and markets and people and development divisions

Baker McKenzie appoints seven to practice and industry leaders in APAC

Two Sydney-based partners take plum positions

$65m equity raising for ASX-listed tech company sees completion with K&L Gates’s help

The raising effort will fund investment in the company’s new financial services arm

DWF shuts doors in Brussels and Singapore

Thirteen partners depart the firm as a result of the closures

MDW family lawyers promoted to key positions in Melbourne office

In recognition of their standout contributions to marshalls+dent+wilmoth lawyers' family law practice, four family lawyers will take on new roles

Service to others is ‘a way of life’ for Maurice Blackburn principal

A clergyman’s son, Andrew Simpson sees in law an opportunity to be involved in social justice

US DOJ calls for Affordable Care Act to be struck down

The government said that the enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act renders the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional


Finlaysons appoints new partner from global firm

Senior lawyer brings over 30 years’ experience as a trusted adviser in the health industry both in the UK and Australia

New managing partner celebrates first day on the job at Carroll & O'Dea Lawyers

Hanaan Indari honours predecessor Howard Harrison as he steps down from the role after 14 years


LAN of the long white cloud? The expanding reach of New Zealand law to online businesses

Kensington Swan experts break down how NZ legislative changes affect online businesses

Putting people first

Why firms must invest in their people to improve productivity

“Where money is given in the course of litigation, there is a compelling need to look the gift-horse squarely in the mouth”

Play, Pause, Rewind, Repeat

The conversation about successful professional women ‘doing it all’ is stuck in a harmful time warp that needs to end


In-House Leaders 2020

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Have your say on COVID-19 litigation

Share your thoughts, experiences and predictions regarding coronavirus related claims and litigation.

Now is the time that in-house lawyers prove just how valuable they are

LOD’s Anthony Wright discusses five problems in-house teams are facing amid the pandemic

Set to ‘heavily expand,’ LOD Legal pushes to further differentiate itself from the pack

Following a major Australasian acquisition, the legal services disruptor has bigger goals in sight for 2020

New challengers arise

When it comes to servicing SME clients, traditional law firms face disruption.