The Law Society's Excellence Awards 2013 are now open, including an award for Excellence in Exporting Legal Services.
The “Lawyers’ Business Development Club” (“L.B.D.C.”) is organising a business breakfast on “The General Counsel as Future C.E.O.” on 30 May from 8am. Speaker is George Turner, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Company Secretary at the Intercontinental Hotels Group.
Constantinos Messios, managing director of C.D. Messios LLC, tells us about what it's like to be a lawyer in Cyprus and what opportunities to seize in the Cyprus market.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has produced a list of training providers for the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme (QLTS).
This year the China Britain Business Council (CBBC) is organising a China Outbound Programme to help a range of companies including law firms gain access to Chinese companies looking to invest overseas. By joining this programme you will be able to showcase how your products and services can support the companies as they venture overseas.
The International Law Book Facility (ILBF) is a charity supported by the Law Society who collects and distributes legal texts to law schools, libraries and courts in Africa, Asia and South America.
This conference highlights the business opportunities that exist for firms of all sizes in providing legal services in commercial transactions and projects in, and between, emerging markets. It provides a forum for UK and overseas firms to forge collaborative business partnerships.
With English law retaining its status as the law of choice for international commerce, what better time is there to look at the opportunities for your business?
The Ministry of Justice has launched a new action plan 'UK Legal Services on the International Stage: Underpinning Growth and Stability'. The plan sets out a blueprint for promoting UK legal services internationally.
Law Society president, Lucy Scott-Moncrieff, will be leading a delegation to attend the 18th bi-annual Commonwealth Lawyers Conference which this year takes place in South Africa.
Register for our webinar on "Practical English Contract and Commercial Law Part 1: Formation and Terms".