Can You Ride Tandem? Tackling Female Partner Drop-off in Large Law Firms

Trevor Clark The Financial Times ran an interview this week with two female partners who job share at the global law firm Baker & McKenzie's London office. You can read it here: https://www.ft.com/content/f650bb6a-ca46-11e9-af46-b09e8bfe60c0 .  The FT interview delves a little into the everyday experiences of the two lawyers. It highlights some of the bigger issues and … Continue reading Can You Ride Tandem? Tackling Female Partner Drop-off in Large Law Firms

GCs To Be Excluded from SMR : Unsurprising but Worrying

Trevor Clark Following a consultation it launched in January of this year, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has decided to exclude the Head of Legal of all of the banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions that it supervises from Senior Manager accountability under the Senior Managers & Certification Regime (SMR). You can access the … Continue reading GCs To Be Excluded from SMR : Unsurprising but Worrying

A Framework for In-House Lawyers to Work More Closely with Non-Executives: Tell Us What You Think

Richard Moorhead, Alan Brener, Paul Gilbert, Steven Vaughan and I have written a paper in which we make a series of suggestions as to how in-house lawyers (IHLs) can work more closely with the non-executive directors (NEDs) in large business organisations. Our draft guidelines, which are drawn from a wide variety of professional and academic … Continue reading A Framework for In-House Lawyers to Work More Closely with Non-Executives: Tell Us What You Think