Is JD/MBA An Oxymoron?

If the law is a business, should law school be more like business school?  This New York Law Journal article provides the full spectrum of perspectives on that question, making it either journalistically professional and even-handed or else a complete hodgepodge...

Corporate Jet Stranded in Barbardos? Think Instant-Messaging

Is Instant-Messaging just for the under-30 crowd?  Think again.  Used with discipline (read: with sensitivity to cultural considerations), and once it grows up in terms of: interoperability across platforms (AOL, Yahoo, Microsoft), archiving, and security it...

Sarbanes-Oxley in the EU?

Sarbanes-Oxley "lite" in the European Union?  CFO Magazine has a nice discussion of the state of financial regulatory reform in Europe, especially in the wake of the Parmalat meltdown and scandal, which deeply implicated some of the key banks funding...

Multinational or Global? US or UK?

Is the Atlantic "pond" bridge-able by Wall Street and Magic Circle firms?  Or are the cultural and financial schisms simply too large? This provocative Legal Week article argues that the difference in approach and attitude between US and UK firms is...

It’s Irresistible to Speculate

Rumors of the death of the binary distribution trend have been exaggerated.  By "binary" we mean the increasing dominance of the multinational-or-boutique model, with less and less room for the mid-sized firm.*  Speculation about who’s next...
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