"Any good lawyer needs to have a deep understanding of jurisprudence. It’s the foundation from which everything is built."
"I did not see myself in management. One of the reasons I merged my firm into Mishcon, after the death of Alan, was because I thought I was too young in my early 30s for management. I wanted to do my work, work hard, play hard… Little did I know in a year, I would effectively be managing this firm."
"One of the first things I did in management was bring in professional managers so I really pushed down a lot of the technical management to professionals and assumed a stronger leadership position."
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