Spotlight: RedLaw interviews…Rob Powell, Head of Pro Bono & CSR, Weil, Gotshal & Manges

By RedLaw | September 27, 2017

This month, RedLaw stole a few minutes with Rob Powell from Weil, Gotshal & Manges (London) LLP to discuss the world of Pro Bono, Corporate Responsibility and what keeps him motivated to go to work every day. During the last ten years, Weil has performed over 900,000 hours of pro-bono work globally. Why is it […]

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Marketplace Roundup: July 2017

By RedLaw | July 20, 2017

Amy Hambleton, RedLaw Director, takes a look back at the changing legal landscape over the last quarter. The unexpected calling of a General Election caused some initial consternation amongst law firms, still bracing themselves for the impact of triggering Brexit. In recruitment terms, this simply added to another level of uncertainty but a common theme […]

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Spotlight: RedLaw interviews…Sasha Scott, international thought-leader on diversity, bias & inclusivity

By RedLaw | July 19, 2017

This month we had the pleasure of meeting with Sasha Scott of Inclusive Group and had a fascinating discussion around inclusivity, bias and diversity within the legal sector. Read here about the challenges faced by firms within this arena, how we can all work to reduce bias, how to improve our personal well-being and much […]

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Spotlight: RedLaw interviews…Head of Met Police FALCON & Cyber Crime Unit

By RedLaw | April 05, 2017

          DCI Andrew Gould Metropolitan Police Service FALCON (Fraud and Linked Crime Online) takes time to speak to RedLaw about how businesses can protect themselves from Cyber Crime. He also talks about how to plan ahead for the new GDPR Regulation which comes into force in May next year bringing with it […]

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Spotlight: RedLaw interviews…Annabelle Lawrence, Senior HR Manager, Fladgate

By RedLaw | April 04, 2017

            Annabelle kindly speaks with RedLaw in her final week at Fladgate before heading off on retirement. We talk about changes over her HR career, her greatest professional achievements and her keys in making the best legal hire.   Annabelle, you have had a full and varied career spanning over […]

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Marketplace Roundup: March 2017

By RedLaw | March 31, 2017

RedLaw Director, Amy Hambleton, looks back at the first quarter of 2017 and what to expect as we move forward as Spring approaches. The message for the first quarter of the year has continued to be business as usual in terms of recruitment. With the administration of the European arm of King & Wood Mallesons, […]

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Spotlight: RedLaw interviews…Memery Crystal

By RedLaw | March 08, 2017

        To mark international women’s day in March, RedLaw interviewed one of the very few female Chairmen of a London law firm, Memery Crystal’s Lesley Gregory. She talks about the challenges she faced in a “macho culture” and the juggling act faced by female lawyers to find that important balance of home […]

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A day in the life of Peter Jackson, Hill Dickinson’s Chief Executive

By RedLaw | February 21, 2017

Amy Hambleton, RedLaw Director, interviewed Peter Jackson, Hill Dickinson, to give us insight into daily life of a Chief Executive at a city law firm:   RedLaw: What time do you say good morning? Peter Jackson: 5.00am although it’s had a 4 in front of it too often recently.   RL: Tea or Coffee? PJ: Coffee?   RL: Red or […]

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A sweet partnership: Providence Row, Rise Bakery and RedLaw

By RedLaw | February 21, 2017

Nicola Robson, of charity Providence Row, catches up with Dee Weir, RedLaw Marketing Manager, over a brownie (or two!) and chats about their partnership and how support from businesses, just like ours, have have such a positive impact on helping to tackle homelessness. Interview written by Nicola Robson, Providence Row: Here at Providence we count […]

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Spotlight: RedLaw interviews…Constantine Law

By RedLaw | February 15, 2017

    RedLaw speaks with Constantine Law about the firm’s vision and discusses the challenges ahead for the employment law sector including the ‘gig’ economy and Gender Pay Gap Reporting.   1.John and Chris, you’ve both come out of large national firms; can you tell us what your vision is for Constantine Law and what […]

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