Fountain Court was delighted to support Eleanor Davison at the Global Investigations Review (GIR) book launch – The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations. The launch event took place on Tuesday 24th January 2017 at Somerset House and was attended by key practitioners in this field.

Eleanor is co-editor of the work together with Judith Seddon, Christopher Morvillo and Luke Tolaini (all partners with Clifford Chance) and Michael Bowes QC.  Eleanor’s role as co-editor underlines her place as a leading junior in this area. In 2015, she was listed in the GIR Women in Investigations Survey which highlighted 100 remarkable women in the profession from around the world.

The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations is an in depth guide for external and in house lawyers and related professionals who specialise in cross-border white-collar crime and will be regularly updated.

Contributors to the book from Chambers, include:

Richard Lissack QC and Nico LeslieMonitorships.

Bankim Thanki QC, our deputy Head of Chambers, Tamara Oppenheimer and Rebecca LoveridgePrivilege: The UK Perspective.

The guide is available online to all visitors to the GIR website and in hard copy to subscribers of GIR as part of their subscription. Additional copies can be purchased in the Global Investigations Review bookshop priced £250.

The US book launch will take place on Thursday 9th February in New York, hosted by Clifford Chance.