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HS2 and the law
HS2 is a compelling case study, especially for anyone considering PPP, project finance, public law, litigation... just about anything, really.
Clifford Chance’s Global Virtual Internships
Clifford Chance is leading the way with a suite of new virtual internships that aim to broaden access to the profession. Hear a number of those involved in their creation discuss how these internships will boost social mobility and could become the future of early talent recruitment in the legal profession.
What senior partners are saying about Covid-19
Senior figures at top law firms describe the challenges the industry has faced this year, and look to what the future holds for those embarking on their careers.
Becoming a litigation lawyer with Latham & Watkins
Fancy yourself as a litigator? We interviewed lawyers at Latham & Watkins to get a better idea of the realities of litigation at a top City firm.
Becoming a lawyer in corporate tech and venture capital
Three expert lawyers from tech-focused firm Orrick explain what it’s like to act for exciting new companies seeking investment; collaborate with first-time founders and serial entrepreneurs; and taste tests cakes for a potential expansion of a baking platform…
To be commercially aware in 2020, you have to know how coronavirus has affected the work done by lawyers.
Will sets do away with physical chambers? Are virtual hearings working effectively? How will the publicly-funded Bar cope? We examine these questions and more in light of Covid-19 and the Bar Council’s concerning survey findings in 2020.
Legal market trends: here’s an introduction to some of the main issues on the minds of today’s lawyers.
Is legal education preparing students adequately for a fast-changing profession? We asked ULaw...
With the help of Womble Bond Dickinson partner Kevin Bell, we delve into legal life in the North East's biggest city.
This polished silver circle firm has a gleaming reputation in the private client and corporate spheres.
Find your favourite flavour at Freshfields, where you can fill two years with eight different seats – and get some of the best training in town.
Blockbuster global firm Latham has 30 offices worldwide bristling with 2,600 lawyers and is intent on giving a scene-stealing performance in London.
R-P-C; one two three; find out what it means to trainees: insurance expertise, a disputes focus and “a culture that’s a major selling point.”
Taylor Wessing does stellar work for startups and other, more established, cutting-edge companies – and prides itself on being similarly innovative.
With a longer heritage than some magic circle firms and an international presence to rival them, Ashurst is one of the City's biggest players.
Exit Canary Wharf tube and you're surrounded by the world's major banks, a scrolling stock market ticker and many, many suits – this is the world of Clifford Chance.
You might know a hundred finance-heavy international firms, but if you don’t know City-kid Stephenson Harwood, you don’t know ship.
TLT's ascension to the national stage and ambitious plans make it an attractive proposition in Bristol, Manchester and London.
At this global firm, trainees up and down the country can get a taste of international work. DLA holds no less than seven strongholds across the UK.