News

October 2009

US firm Wildman Harrold has retracted the job offers it made to ten of its new associates.
A lawyer who claimed that his credit card company should have done more to prevent him from being defrauded by a prostitute has lost his case.
Insiders at Halliwells claim that the firm has butche
A recruiter at one of the leading consultancies in the City has confirmed to RollOnFriday that dozens of his clients blatantly
RollOnFriday can exclusively reveal that Slaughter and May
RollOnFriday can reveal that there is blatant and widespread discrimination throughout the City against lawyers who have been made redundant.
The GRS Kinsey Allen legal compensation report published yesterday claims that 46% of lawyers are "quite nervous" or "very nervous"
A survey has claimed that partners in Jersey law firms are the "most expensive on the planet".
A man has sued the Bank of America for $1,784 billion trillion.

September 2009

A Scottish judge has ruled that two nightclubs can go open on the same day as, in his learned opinion, one is "trendy" while the other is "
It was reported this week that the downturn has forced the Magic Circle to discount its hourly rates by a third.
The Bar Standards Board has asked BPP to push some of its students back a year, because its Bar Vocational Course is over-subscribed.
There was acute embarassment for a legal recuitment consultancy this week after it wrongly told a candidate for a job at 
RollOnFriday has been told that another three partners have resigned from