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Law firms need to brace themselves for challenging times ahead. This is the how.

The next 10 years will be pivotal for the legal sector. With increased competition, disruptive technology and greater uncertainty following the shockwaves …

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Mentoring: why honesty pays

Siobhan Sweeney and her mentor Professor Dame Sandra Dawson discuss the ways informal mentoring works for them. Mentoring doesn’t have to have …

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SensorHut honours

Double award success for Accelerate Cambridge venture and its founder. SensorHut, a venture supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the …

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Women-only spaces boost female tech entrepreneurs

Cambridge research finds women-only programmes have best impact on female tech entrepreneurs. Could women-only programmes be the solution to getting more women …

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Good counsel. Work out how to make your general counsel happy – and keep her that way.

The GC role is expanding. Keeping them happy is all about understanding their world. She hires your firm, but she could just …

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Social media: law’s new frontier

Author of Social Media & the Law, Laura Scaife explains why technology is not a law-free zone. From her CV, it’s hard …

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Law sans frontières: the future

For law firms, the focus has shifted to how, rather than where, the best work can be done. Law is undergoing the …

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Women lawyers will change the world

Antonia Croke, senior associate at Ashurst LLP, argues that culture change is possible. I wholeheartedly believe in diversity. I had a mother …

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Looking beyond corporate boards

Director term limits and corporate governance codes, but not quotas, help boost female representation in top executive positions, finds new study from …

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Women in law: don’t opt out. Get ahead.

Sarah Lyons of Cambridge Judge’s Women in Law programme says that women can win the race to partnership. I didn’t have any …

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Want flexible hours? Clients are key

Some new firms are finding ways to ensure that a lawyer’s professional life leaves room for their personal life. Flux finds out …

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A lot of lawyers can draft a legal agreement. What will YOU do to demonstrate value?

Claire Clarke is managing partner of Mills & Reeve. Her vision for 2016 is to “take things up a gear”. The legal …

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Manifesto for change

The business case for diversity is unassailable, but now is the time for actions to speak louder than words. Why are there …

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A world in flux

Dame Sandra Dawson, Professor Emeritus of Management Studies at the University of Cambridge Law and lawyers are on the move. From nomadic …

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Women and business

Sucheta Nadkarni of Cambridge Judge speaks at several high profile events of interest to women in business. Professor Sucheta Nadkarni of Cambridge …

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Executive MBA

Women and the EMBA: Angela Single

Angela talks about her incentives for studying the Executive MBA, her future career development plans, how she has benefited from the course and what challenges she has faced.

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Women and the EMBA: Hannah Harrison

Hannah talks about what drew her to the Cambridge Executive MBA, what she hopes to gain from the programme and how it will help her succeed as a woman in a male-dominated environment.

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The Entrepreneurship Centre

The meaning of success for enterprising women

Dr Shima Barakat, Head of Entrepreneurial Learning Programmes & Engagement at the School's Entrepreneurship Centre, talks about her own experiences as a women engineer and academic as well as her research specifically into women in entrepreneurship.

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The ‘fairer sex’ and entrepreneurship

Dr Barakat and her education faculty colleagues feel that greater sensitivity and awareness to students is required at the planning stages of entrepreneurship education.

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MBA

Cambridge Venture Project

Caitlin Drake-Smith discusses the valuable insight into consulting she gained via the MBA Cambridge Venture Project, an area that was completely new to her pre-MBA.

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Global Consulting Project

Priya Shah describes her recent MBA consulting project working for CDC--the UK's Development Finance Institution (DFI) based in London.

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Switching sectors and working in consulting

Izabella talks about her background in HR and how she used the MBA to switch country, sector and role. She now works in Consulting.

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Centered leadership for men and women in the workplace

McKinsey's Smaranda Gosa-Mensing speaks to Cambridge MBAs Priya Shah and Bruna Raggi Terra Seii about Centered Leadership, how it can help men and women in the workplace, and the challenges that women face in the workplace.

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Faculty

Gender diversity in the boardroom

Professor Dame Sandra Dawson of Cambridge Judge Business School, a Deputy Vice Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, feels it is vital that boards should become more diverse.

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