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A Lawyer’s move to Academia with Sarah Paterson

A Lawyer’s move to Academia with Sarah Paterson

Sarah was a partner at Slaughter and May for 12 years before she took on a full time teaching and research role at the LSE in 2013.  She retains a part time consultancy at Slaughters in their insolvency and restructuring practice, and has recently obtained a professorship at the LSE.  Sarah is regarded as one of the leading insolvency lawyers of her generation but her story is likely to appeal to those lawyers of any discipline who aspire to revert to the academic roots of their profession.