International

Rights and attachment, trauma & neurodevelopment wrongs

Dr Josh Carritt-Baker contemplates human rights violations and professional negligence

05 Nov 2021

Consultant lawyers: Divided we fall?

Oliver Brice considers whether the rise in consultant law firms is destroying the foundations of partnership

05 Nov 2021

Why firm mergers go wrong: golden rules for success

Jeff Zindani reflects on the rules for harmonious mergers

05 Nov 2021

Data and the Department of Defense: data rights of British contractors

Richard Johnson, Zachary Prince and Daniel Ramish assess the risks for British contractors providing ‘unlimited’ data rights to the US’ D

02 Nov 2021

The legal saga of equal gender representation in Argentina

Lorena Aimó and Sebastián Ferreyra Romea assess reforms to gender equality for Argentinian companies and legal challenges towards the new law

29 Oct 2021

Lawyers: loners or aspiring solopreneurs?

Looking at Australia, Travis Schultz explores the changing practices and ambitions of lawyers.

07 Oct 2021

Legal services and the road to the UK-Australia trade deal

Anne Bodley and Catherine Brims argue that finalising a UK-Australia trade deal could benefit both countries’ legal sectors.

05 Oct 2021

Commercial developments in Kenya

Richard Harney assesses how changes in Kenya’s commercial laws have enabled business to flourish in the East African country.

05 Oct 2021

Hot stuff?: Fireworks, forensics, & familiarising lawyers with science

Chaynee Hodgetts considers the subject of forensic education for lawyers

04 Oct 2021

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