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  • Asian Women of Achievement


    Anouska Tamony attended the Asian Women of Achievement Awards accompanying her aunt Vicki Treadell CMG, MVO the British High Commissioner to Malaysia.

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  • Delivering Diversity through disinterest


    How we became diverse by giving absolutely no thought whatsoever to the classification of individuals we might like to hire.

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  • Should General Counsel be appointing more off-panel specialists?

    The Legal Market

    Our article on the use of specialist litigation firms by corporate counsel. Published in Legal Business Magazine in April 2015.

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  • Recruiting in a competitive market

    The Legal Market

    Law firms are starting to adjust to the "new-normal" conditions for legal recruitment but some are not.

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  • Expectation - v - Experience


    Our thoughts on the value of employing empathy in the conduct of legal recruitment processes.

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