Leadership roles in law: Trends in Totum's retained projects 2018

Research into our business services leadership placements shows the rising influence of both women and professionals from other industry sectors on senior appointments into law, as firms continue to invest in expertise to help navigate the changing landscape. 

 

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  • If you've ever wondered what it would be like to take your career overseas, this two-part guide is the place to start turning the thinking into an exciting and career-advantageous reality.

  • Welcome to Totum's Blog Update July 2018. We are delighted this month to publish our latest research into our business services leadership recruitment. Looking across our retained project work, we have been able to see certain trends emerging in the increasing amount of work we are doing across senior roles - inluding on CEO/COO, Director and 'Head of' titles. The top table is becoming more diverse with huge benefits for balanced and progressive decision making.

  • More women are getting shortlisted and placed in senior roles in the legal profession, according to findings from our latest research into leadership recruitment trends.

  • Research into our business services leadership placements shows the rising influence of both women and professionals from other industry sectors on senior appointments into law, as firms continue to invest in expertise to help navigate the changing landscape. The top table is becoming more diverse, bringing with it huge benefits for balanced and progressive decision making.

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