According to new research by recruitment firm Origin Legal, the average partnership track lawyer takes approximately ten years to reach partner. The research examined 111 partners among the London top 20, as well as
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According to the latest salary survey conducted by The Lawyer, junior lawyers are currently more concerned about Brexit than any other factor affecting their careers. The survey asked lawyers to respond to an open
White & Case’s Miami office has promoted just one woman to the partnership in the 25 years since it opened, according to this report from Daily Business Review. Senior
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has appointed Matthew Solomon as the deputy chief litigation counsel of its enforcement division. The role will see Solomon assisting with the oversight of the trial unit at SEC
This is an interesting article about the plight of associates that find themselves in a failing law firm. The article looks back to the period from late 2008 through the end of 2009, when a string of law firms were
SNR Denton has hired Artur Davis, the outgoing Democratic congressman from Alabama and a former federal prosecutor. Davis will join the firm in as a partner in its white collar
Foreign lawyers may soon be permitted to practise commercial law in Singapore, if a proposal to establish a Foreign Practitioner Certificate (FPC) is approved. Currently, the 966 foreign lawyers registered in Singapore
Macfarlanes has introduced a senior associate level for the first time. The new classification will be available to lawyers around the six year-PQE stage who may alreadyUK firm
Most large firms offer staff flex-time and part-time work, promising that associates will not derail their careers by taking up these options. The Careerist makes an attempt at determining whether that claim is true.
Lawyers pursuing high pay should take note of a recent study showing that after household income reaches $75,000, more money does not mean greater happiness. Of course, people who choose a career based solely upon
37.7% choose law firms, 20.9 % choose in-house and 9.8 % choose lit: Career paths of NLSIU, NALSAR and NUJS graduates
Recruitment time in law schools is always a time for speculation as to who amongst the class is going to bag the top slots and a top-paying job.
India-born lawyers seem to be climbing up the legal ladder in the United States with alarming speed. Another instance of the Indian-American success story is the appointment of legal whiz Neal Katyal as the Acting