Second annual Corporate Legal Innovators concludes

The second annual Corporate Legal Innovators conference concluded last week at London South Bank University. Thanks to everyone that attended the 2016 edition and our sponsors, Halebury, Wolters Kluwer (ELM Solutions), Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas - advocates & solicitors, NaviStarLegal, Khaitan Legal Associates - Indian Advocates,…

Skills for the millennial lawyer

Denise Nurse is a NewLaw pioneer and has been spearheading operational, structural and cultural change within the legal services industry since starting Halebury in 2007. She will be taking part in a panel discussion on “Building the Legal Team of the Future” at the Corporate Legal…

Are we soon reaching the era of faceless banking?

Technology is the 21st century dragon. It is devouring products, processes and jobs stead fast. While the users rejoice, it is pain to the losers. Shall we say, “One man’s meat is several men’s poison”? The changes technology has brought in to industries, in particular…

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How can General Counsels thrive through full use of new technologies?

As most in-house lawyers and big law firms already know, the use of new technologies in the legal market is fundamental in running an efficient business. Their use avoids wasting money and also helps provide higher quality services on a lower budget. To implement this,…

Harriet Fear CEO One Nucleus
Press Release: Partnerships built between Indian and UK life sciences, including stem cells

A major delegation of Indian life sciences companies spent several days in London and Leeds this week to explore investment and partnership opportunities. Nearly 20 Indian companies from the fields of regenerative medicine, biotechnology, oncology, medical technology and healthcare attended the bioConclave, the leading conference…

Press Release: Major delegation of Indian life sciences companies arrives in the UK, personalised chemotherapy collaboration announced

London, 10 May: Seeking to explore tie-ups in the UK’s life sciences sector, a major delegation of Indian life sciences and related companies are coming to London on 10th May, Over the last three years, the Indian life sciences market has grown by 12% per…

India Education Innovation Conference 2016 concludes

Thanks to everyone that attended the IEIC2016 over two days on 2-3 February. We had some great conversations, and stimulating discussions. Read our finding on 5 Things We Learnt About UK-India Edtech Collaboration here. Read what other people said about it: 6 Highlights from the India…

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Corporate Legal Innovations 2015 concludes

Thanks to everyone that attended the Corporate Legal Innovators 2015 conference over the last couple of days. We had some great conversations, and stimulating discussions. You can find out more about the conference here. We will see you all again next year! In the meantime,…

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Can India become the hotspot for global innovation in pharma?

There has been a lot of discussion and speculation around whether or not India is capable of producing novel drug targets. Traditionally, the Indian pharmaceutical industry has stayed away from drug discovery or out-licensed molecules to large global companies in the early phase of development…


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