July 2002
Lawyer;7/22/2002, Vol. 16 Issue 30, p17
Trade Publication
Recounts events related to British law firms which occurred on the third week of July. Development of a tripartite set of documents by Slaughter and May in 2001; Recruitment of Chris Waddle by Linklaters & Alliance; Attack on the legal press by Tony Girling due to alleged painting of an unduly grim picture of his year in office in 1997.2


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