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The Legal World’s Leading Management Consultancy, Prosperant, Reveals Ian Moyler as Principal Consultant

Prosperant, the legal world’s leading management consultancy, is thrilled to announce that Ian Moyler joins the firm as a principal consultant today. A senior figure in the world of litigation, Ian has joined the firm to support projects that focus on disputes, drawing on his...

Imanage Knowledge Unlocked and Burges Salmon Go Live

Easy access to valuable knowledge assets enables firm’s professionals to tap into the collective intelligence of the organisation wherever they work   For its legal teams, Burges Salmon has successfully deployed iManage Knowledge Unlocked, modernising knowledge management support.   This was driven by the desire to strengthen support...

Clarion Nurtures ‘Leaders of Tomorrow’ With Tailor-Made Management Development Programme

As part of its ongoing commitment to enabling its people to develop their careers and be the best they can be, Clarion is continuing to invest time and develop bespoke training to make this happen. The firm has celebrated the first 30 lawyers and...

Senior hire allows Freeths to continue strategic expansion in 2023

Nick Pryor has been appointed as Director of Knowledge Management and Innovation for the national law firm Freeths. He was previously the Global Director of Practice Innovation at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP. Nick will lead the firm’s highly experienced knowledge management team and will...

DWF further strengthens US claims and adjusting offering

DWF, the global provider of integrated legal and business services, has expanded its US claims management and adjusting capabilities with the arrival of Sean Mulligan and Jie Chen from Charlotte Adjusting. DWF, the global provider of integrated legal and business services, has expanded its US...

MoJ spends £36 million on consultants in three years

More than £36 million was spent on management consultants by the Ministry of Justice in the last three years. The top spend includes almost £6 million on the HM Courts and Tribunal Service’s reform programme and more than £16 million in relation to the MoJ...