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Alumni newsletters



Leading by example (February 2019)

In our first newsletter of 2019, we talk to Ferheen Mahomed about her journey from a childhood in Hong Kong to Slaughter and May and some of the most groundbreaking deals in Asia.


Where hope springs (November 2018)

In our latest alumni newsletter we hear from Elham Saudi, who left the firm in 2010 to create Lawyers for Justice in Libya, a non-government organisation which aims to improve human rights in the country.


A whole new world (August 2018)

In this newsletter we talk to recently retired partner, Mark Bennett, about what he has been doing since leaving the firm and his plans for the future.


Being Tom Vaughan MacAulay (March 2018)

Having left the firm in 2015, Tom Vaughan MacAulay has now added published author, reviewed in The Times Literary Supplement and one of the “Best Books of Summer” in The Times, Law section, to his list of accomplishments.


A year in review (December 2017)

Former Senior Partner, Chris Saul, Chris Prevett at the Competition and Markets Authority and Hiba Siddique at the Bank of England tell us what they have been doing in 2017.

Letter from america

Letter from America (October 2017)

Sam Fleming, US Economics Editor at the Financial Times, reflects on his adventures as a journalist and the rise of Donald Trump.

Where ideas matter

Where ideas matter (June 2017)

Katherine Kennedy at Talking Fox, and Adam Baldwin at BNP Paribas discuss the emergence and increasing importance of fintech.

Year end 2016

A year end review (December 2016)

We have had some great feedback from many of you and we are looking forward to another exciting year as you tell us about your continuing ventures.

Tomorrow's world
Tomorrow's world (September 2016)

Trevor Callaghan returned to the UK - almost five years after making the move to Silicon Valley - to explore new horizons for users of technology.


Under African Skies (July 2016)

Following a secondment with Slaughter and May's Best Friend firm Anjarwalla & Khanna in Nairobi, Shyam Radia decided to explore the opportunities that the fast-growing economy of East Africa could offer...