Kennedys has recorded a 10 per cent increase in turnover from £117m in the 2012-13 financial year to £128.5m in 2013-14. The result gives the firm its third consecutive year of
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Littler Mendelson has expanded in Latin America, combining with law firms in Colombia and Costa Rica. These are Littler’s third and fourth Latin American offices, after
DAC Beachcroft is expanding at home and abroad, commencing a plan to hire 170 staff in the UK and laying out plans for growth in Asia and Latin America. The firm will add
The National Law Journal has ranked the top 50 US law schools based on the percentage of graduates who took jobs in the country’s biggest 250 firms by headcount. Taking first place is the University of Pennsylvania
White & Case sponsored Jessup International Moot Court competition beating NALSAR in the semi-finals and Columbia Law School in theThe Australian National University (ANU) won the
A derivative suit filed over backdating practices at technology company ePlus, which was represented by Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, was dimissed by federal district court judge Richard Leon of the District of Columbia.
The NYT’s City Room blog reports that Roy Den Hollander — “a Manhattan lawyer and a self-described antifeminist” who in the past year has sued nightclubs for favoring women by offering ladies’ night discounts
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP announced the hiring of Harlene Katzman as Pro Bono Counsel, a newly created role at the firm. Ms. Katzman was previously Dean of the Center for Public Interest Law at Columbia Law
In a forthcoming Stanford Law Review article titled "The Market for Bad Legal Advice", professor William Simon aims to shame colleagues who sell their opinions for the right price.
Top US law schools are reporting record-breaking donations that are helping to cover tuition costs, hire faculty and promote public interest programs, writes the National Law Journal, but may not be spending the cash
Many law schools around the country have recently decided to change their academic curricula. Some have changed first-year requirements, added interdisciplinary electives or created more clinical programs. This is no