...at law firms," says Jeffrey Lowe, global leader of Major, Lindsey & Africa's law firm practice. "The changes that we'...
... Williams, now Chicago office managing partner for legal recruiter Major, Lindsey & Africa, is part of a panel discussion at a Tuesday event in...
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...Counsel Compensation Report" from General Counsel Metrics LLC and Major, Lindsey & Africa, a legal search firm, deciphers the trends in compensation by compiling...
...Compensation Report” from General Counsel Metrics LLC and Major, Lindsey & Africa, a legal search firm, deciphers the trends in compensation by compiling...
As Amazon unveiled its new lineup of Kindle e-readers and tablets, the company also revealed another big addition: its first in-house head of privacy, Nuala O'Connor
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
In order to increase the percentage of minorities and women in the law, firms and legal departments can't just do things the way they've always been done, says Paul Williams of Major, Lindsey & Afric
After almost a decade of growth, the percentage of minority lawyers at large law firms actually dropped last year. And this is down from an already low number
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