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Standout legal tools

EMBA graduates from Cambridge Judge win Standout Award in the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers awards. A company founded by two Cambridge Judge Executive MBA graduates that provides software tools to help clients manage their legal workflow has been awarded a…

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Executive MBA alumni: Filip Corveleyn and Felix Rackwitz.

Michael Chin, Head of Asia Practice at Lewis Holdway Lawyers

For Michael Chin, building bridges is an integral part of establishing a truly global business. On paper, Michael Chin, Head of Asia Practice at Lewis Holdway Lawyers in Melbourne, Australia, is a globetrotting, high-powered lawyer. His impressive CV is littered…

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LexisNexis and Cambridge Judge Business School announce publication partnership to mark the achievements of women in law

The partnership will promote and celebrate success and innovation across the industry. Cambridge Judge Business School, Executive Education and LexisNexis UK, a leading provider of content and technology solutions, today announced a partnership to create a publication to mark the…

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Reputation spillover

Each law firm practice area affects reputation of other areas, shows Cambridge Judge research. The reputation of one practice area in a law firm carries over significantly to the reputation of that firm's other practices, according to research by Lionel…

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Ground-breaking programme to address gender imbalance in law firms

University of Cambridge Judge Business School launches Europe's first Women in Law Leadership Programme. The University of Cambridge Judge Business School today announces the launch of its Women in Law Leadership open programme, the first open education programme in Europe…

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Can UK law firms survive the storm?

The UK’s legal sector is being hit by a ‘near perfect storm’ that may force dramatic changes in recruitment polices with the ‘averagely good’ replacing the best and brightest law graduates. That is the view of Tim Bellis, Fellow in…

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