Are you a qualified Asian lawyer who has thought about practising law in England and Wales?
To learn how to get your passport to an international career, register now for our free webinar on Wednesday 12 November 2014.
The latest in our 'Doing legal business' series looks at South Korea.
The report provides an overview of the legal profession, the legal services market and the regulations for foreign lawyers and law firms.
The Law Society is co-hosting a free event with the Inter-Pacific Bar Association and Nabarro focused on the Asia-Pacific legal market. The event takes place in London on 3 December.
The London office of King & Wood Mallesons, in co-operation with the Law Society of England & Wales, is delighted to host the International Lawyers Training Programme (ILTP) for Chinese lawyers from its office in Beijing on 10 October 2014.
The ILTP provides quality CPD accredited courses delivered by leading international trainers to qualified lawyers and other legal professionals from all jurisdictions.
President Andrew Caplen's piece for the August 2014 edition of the Singapore Law Society's Law Gazette, titled 'Non-lawyer ownership: The view from England and Wales', provides insight into the English and Welsh experience thus far on the licensing of Alternative Business Structures (ABS).
The Law Society and the Malaysian Bar Council are organising a Malaysian legal market visit to London from Monday 24 – Wednesday 26 November 2014. The delegation will consist of representatives from the Malaysian Bar Council and Malaysian law firms.
Want to learn about the business environment & opportunities in Mongolia? Join the British Embassy's webinar on Thu 21 Aug
"Mongolia's Commercial Prospects Part 2: An Inspired Re-launch?"
July has already been a busy and exciting time for the Asia Team. We kick-started the month with the launch of the first FT Innovative Lawyers Report for the Asia-Pacific region, ‘Global Flows: Lawyers in Asia Pacific’, co-organised by the Law Society, the Financial Times and RSG Consulting.
The annual International Bar Association (IBA) Conference, the premier event for international lawyers, will take place from 19 to 24 October 2014 in Tokyo, Japan.
This year’s event will, as always, feature a wide array of substantive sessions, workshops and panels, addressing issues ranging from arbitration to M&A law and human rights to the ethics of the legal profession.