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The ‘hard nut’ leader may achieve results, but at what price? This week, systemic coach Zita Tulyahikayo and barrister James Pereira QC discuss empathic leadership and how individuals and organisations can benefit.
Most associates in law firms are over the moon to be invited to become partners.
Are you slogging your guts out in the hope that somebody somewhere will notice and one day in the distant future you might get the nod and be promoted to partner?
Mishcon de Reya has promoted three lawyers to partner in its 2017 promotions round.
When Moses came down from Mount Sinai he’d been at a compelling presentation, learnt something useful and was in possession of a relevant handout.
Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) has promoted 21 lawyers to partner across its global network, including nine in London.
This week, systemic coach Zita Tulyahikayo and barrister James Pereira QC discuss the importance of creative thinking in the legal profession and how you can learn the techniques needed to give your career a creative boost.
This week, systemic coach Zita Tulyahikayo and barrister James Pereira QC discuss the contrast between negative and positive thinking, how positive thinking can be harnessed and the wider opportunities that it creates.
CMS Cameron McKenna, Nabarro and Olswang have published their retention results ahead of their three way merger in May.
Linklaters has made up 26 associates to partner in its latest promotions round, including eight in the UK.
Over the past ten years lawyers have experienced a fundamental change to the way they practise law.
Once upon a time, the screen was a place populated by professional actors and presenters and video came wrapped in a veil of popular awe and fascination.
Chris Cayley of Cayley Coughtrie talks about how the role of General Counsel is changing within law firms.
This week systemic coach Zita Tulyahikayo and barrister James Pereira QC discuss the results of a recent study on well-being and happiness and what we lessons we can take from it for our daily lives.
Donna McCarthy left school at 16 and thought she might go into the creative sector. She is now a partner at Devonshires.
Reed Smith has raised its salaries for trainees and associates.
Change is a pertinent topic for many readers judging by the volume of positive comments I received in response to my previous article. Based on your feedback I’m sharing some ideas on how to manage and feel in control of change.
One of the questions we hear more regularly than any other is from senior associates who are seeking advice on how to achieve partnership at their own firm, or elsewhere.
One in ten lawyers born overseas but currently working in the UK is planning to leave soon, new research has revealed.