Women will need to account for at least, 33% of the team providing legal assistance and will have to be offered “clear and measurable leadership opportunities” along with other minorities.
Interesting article. Lots of (London-based) lawyers have their say on whether Brexit will weaken or strengthen London’s business. And not most of them are so sure London will benefit from it.
Oh really? I’m sure no lawyer in UK had considered this consequence!
This policy caught law firm off-guard, especially since it is uncommon in EU (unlike US).
Brief update on the A/I. colonisation of legal practice: Casetext can counton DLA Piper, Fenwick & West, Ogletree Deakins and Greenberg Traurig, while ROSS Intelligence (IBM Technology) does with Jackson Lewis, Littler Mendelson and Dentons.
Right after the closing of Berlin’s office.
Let me guess: a big part of these are going to be replaced by legal software, AI and stuff, ay?
The best ratio is, allegedly, 9:1
Following an internal review in UK.
Law trainees complaining about how their fast-track is not enough anymore to land a mortgage to buy property in London.