While single-case financing remains the manner in which most lawyers first experience legal finance, portfolio finance is an area of growing interest and opportunity for clients and…
In an interview with Remaking Law Firms, Craig Arnott discusses the rise of legal finance in Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong—and what’s driving that growth.
As Burford approaches its tenth anniversary, we are delving into 10 years of data to identify the biggest legal finance trends—starting with growing demand for legal finance solutions.
Joining Zach Abramowitz’s Legal Binge Podcast, Burford Managing Director Greg McPolin discusses the evolution of legal finance—and the trends law firms and their clients should expect in 2019.
Burford is committed to improving the representation of women in the legal profession—in leadership positions in law firms, in first chair roles in litigation and on international…
In an ALM-hosted webinar, Burford VP Rufus Caine and MD David Perla discuss research about in-house legal trends and how financing can help companies pursue affirmative recovery programs.
In honor of International Women’s Day, we sat down with a handful of Burford’s senior women to discuss gender diversity in the legal industry.
At law firms, where origination and client relationships determine everything from compensation to promotions, the “only” problem is—in part—an economic problem. Thus, to achieve true balance and close the gender gap in law, economic incentives are needed.
In-house lawyers always ask: “Can we finance our defense matters?” The good news is that—while the majority of legal financing is for the pursuit of claims—legal finance also works for the defense of weak matters.
Bankruptcy professionals strive to achieve recoveries for estate creditors, but many are unfamiliar with how legal finance can help. Burford’s Emily Slater answers the most common questions about bankruptcy litigation financing in an interview with Practical Law.