Increasing pressure from clients is forcing law firms to look at their diversity policies for both hiring and retention of minority and women lawyers.
- Letter from Nairobi
After three months in Nairobi, I have concluded that the city is characterized by paradoxes. The hub of East Africa’s humanitarian-aid machine, it showcases large white UN 4x4s running rampant through the city streets, some of the best sushi in the world, and what tour companies advertise to be Africa’s largest slum.
- Cover Story
You’re sitting at your desk, hair dishevelled, suit jacket flung on the floor, papers and files scattered all over the place, and you’re scratching around in your head for the right words to put an end to the memorandum that a senior lawyer threw on your desk hours ago and expects before morning.
Law firm experience and a penchant for technical details will bode well for anyone interested in a career in the exploding area of compliance and regulatory law.
|Michael Noonan shows off his pasta masterpiece.|