Schillings appears to have had a bumpy ride of late, losing around 26 of its 45 members of staff in the last 14 months. The firm, whose business model was based onUK law firm
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The increasing number of ‘mega-mergers’ between law firms that are already very large, is being treated with a measure of skepticism by GCs from the Fortune 100, according to a recent Wall Street Journal
Baker & McKenzie remains the leading legal brand among in-house counsel, according to a new survey by legal researcher Acritas. The firm has held the top spot since 2009, when
Over the past two years, numerous US law firms have entered the market in Hong Kong and recruited top talent from their UK rivals, and now they are starting to see results - landing some of the biggest deals going and
Sullivan & Cromwell lawyers are waiting for an announcement from the firm on the issue of spring bonuses, having been promised in December of 2011 that bonuses would be paid.
Herbert Smith has received stern admonishment from a top judge for a ‘lackadaical’ approach to its disclosure obligations. The judge’s comments, whichUK firm
The former assistant dean of admissions at the University of Illinois law school falsified LSAT and GPA data in order to increase his own salary, according to a final report into the scandal conducted by the
This article examines the implications of the entry onto the scene of Acculaw – a company that administers a low cost training program for law graduates and then offers them to large law firms, thus relieving those
Khaitan &Co has boosted its Bangalore office with the hire of partner Anindita Phukan. Phukan is followed by her team from Phukan & Associates – the firm she founded a year ago.
A series of high profile transatlantic mergers between law firms that are ‘in less-than-brilliant shape’ has prompted commentators to question the future of the BigLaw model. This article suggests that those
Fifty-one per cent of law firm recruiting and professional development departments lost staffers as a result of job cuts since 2008, according to a new survey by the National Association for Law Placement (NALP).
A group of panelists at the ABA’s 2010 Annual Meeting in San Francisco have predicted that websites that allow clients and peers to rate legal services will become increasingly influential in the years to come, while