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Tuesday, 10 January 2012

University VC signs Hogan Lovells funding agreementCoinciding with the launch of the MCL in 2012-13, the Faculty of Law’s corporate law team will be bolstered by the appointment of the Hogan Lovells University Lecturer in Corporate Law.

International law firm, Hogan Lovells, has generously provided funding for the lectureship. Hogan Lovells has over 2,300 lawyers operating out of more than 40 offices in Europe, the United States, Latin America, the Middle East, and Asia and has particular and distinctive strengths in the areas of government regulation, litigation and arbitration, corporate law, finance and intellectual property.

The new Hogan Lovells University Lecturer will be closely involved with MCL teaching and administration. Hogan Lovells partner Lawson Caisley says of the new post and the new course, "As a firm with a strong reputation for corporate law it is fitting that we should support the development of the next generation of corporate lawyers. This is an exciting new course and we are very pleased to be associated with it."

Further details concerning the Hogan Lovells University Lectureship in Corporate Law are available on the Law Faculty website.

Photograph: Vice Chancellor of the University Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz signing the funding agreement for the Hogan Lovells Lectureship.



University VC signs Hogan Lovells funding agreement