Features

Against nature

October 2, 2014

Against nature

Some offices are good – but all work spaces need a natural angle, says report

Big up your HR

October 1, 2014

Big up your HR

Introducing a new awards ceremony for legal HR types

The long goodbye

September 19, 2014

The long goodbye

Can firms expedite partner exits?

Foreign offices

September 19, 2014

Foreign offices

The best places to be an ex-pat – by our global cycling correspondent

E-fail

September 18, 2014

E-fail

Five tips for lawyers on preventing email catastrophe

On your bike

September 5, 2014

On your bike

Ten reasons to choose the ex-pat lifestyle

The new centre of the legal universe

The new centre of the legal universe

Second nature

August 2, 2014

Second nature

Why are Macfarlanes so keen on secondments?

10 things Freshfields could buy

What would £578m profit do for the firm?

With just one leg to stand on

Man tries to burn down solicitors’ office, leaves leg behind

PEP the question

July 11, 2014

PEP the question

It’s all about PEP this week – but is it a good gauge of success?

Don’t shirk the work

July 11, 2014

Don’t shirk the work

Billable hours down? Here’s where your time’s going

Nine lawyers to inspire you

Need a lift? Let these legal titans fuel your dreams

Pitch imperfect

June 25, 2014

Pitch imperfect

Pitching is always a headache. What can be done?

The Lawyer’s Library, Part Three

The final part of our look at legal novels: the Ugly, featuring Ian McEwan

It’s not about the money

Why joining a firm that’s reported poor results can be a good thing