October 2005
Lawyer;10/17/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 40, p80
Trade Publication
Reports on rumors regarding lawyers and law firms in Great Britain. Gray's Inn Square co-head Anthony Scrivener approached to lead a legal team to challenge the lawfulness of the tribunal trying Saddam Hussein; Partners within SJ Berwin tipping Stephen Kon to drop out of the race to become the firm's senior partner; Barlow Lyde and Gilbert as the latest firm to bolster the number of in-house briefs.


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