Minneapolis ex-cop found guilty in George Floyd murder

Derek Chauvin was charged with second- and third-degree murder, as well as second-degree manslaughter

The cream of the crop in Australia’s insurance law industry unveiled

Our first-ever 5-Star Insurance Law report highlights the top specialists in a challenging year

NRF acts on landmark $3.8bn property transaction

The deal is reported to be Australia’s largest ever logistics and general property portfolio transaction

Squire Patton Boggs adds corporate partner in Sydney

New partner is an M&A specialist with extensive experience advising on shareholder activism

Coalition of law firms launch initiative to tackle growing violence against Asians in the US

Initiative will coordinate and drive law firm pro bono resources on behalf of victims

James & Wells launches Melbourne offering with ICT vet

The new partner was once a senior partner at Griffith Hack

Hogan Lovells confirms role in $3.5bn telco acquisition

The firm’s team included lawyers based in Brussels

Legal bodies slam lawyer harassment in Myanmar

The Law Council of Australia and the Australian Bar Association have called for unlawfully detained lawyers and judges to be freed

Revenue on the up in the UK legal sector despite COVID-19

Although more than 500 firms closed in the past year, more than 400 have opened since then


Maybe Elon Musk has the right idea about crazy corporate titles

Five skills every lawyers needs in 2021

Get ahead before you're left behind

If you can understand that headline, you've spent too long at the office

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


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.