Reports Legal November 2021

Ireland Report

November 2021


In this issue:

  • The heart of Dublin: Ireland’s managing partners set out their plans and priorities in a dynamic legal market
  • Solving the Irish puzzle: As international firms compete for local talent, are Irish law firms headed for alliances or mergers?
  • Taxing Times: What does the new 15% global minimum tax rate mean for FDI and US multinational hubs in Ireland?

Latest News

February 2024 News

Diversity: The way we were

What is diversity? Despite a multiplicity of available definitions, there is no straightforward answer to this apparently simple question. Indeed, the 5.6 billion results provided by a quick Google search of the word shows that diversity ranks midway between comparable searches for the word God (6.6 billion) and religion (4.6 billion).

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Diversity: The way we live now

No one can doubt that law firms are significantly more diverse than they were a generation ago.

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Diversity: The shape of things to come

Predicting the future is always dangerous. But one prediction can be made with a degree of certainty: the more diverse that law firms become, the less their commitment to diversity will need to be analysed and discussed.

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Diversity and inclusion in the legal profession: A personal perspective

Drawing on her own experience, Tameka Davis, Partner and Chair of Conyers’ Global Diversity and Inclusion Committee, outlines her thoughts on D&I priorities

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Luxembourg: funds in flux

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Channelling growth

Dominic Carman recently met with Maples’ Jersey Head of Office, Nick Evans, and local partners – Simon Hopwood, Paul Burton, Mark Crichton, Tim Morgan and David Allen – to discuss the current Jersey market and the firm’s plans for future growth.