Welcome to our alumni community.
We are proud of our alumni and recognise the contribution you have made to our success in terms of both time and talent. Our alumni community allows you to stay in touch with both the firm and your former colleagues across the globe, to build your business network and offers some additional benefits to support you in your career.
Did you know we had a LinkedIn group? Join now to stay connected.
In conversation with Peter Scott
Farzana Choudhury (Senior Counsel at Standard Chartered Bank and NRF alum) spoke to Peter about her career journey and the challenges she has faced as a Muslim woman in the corporate world.
We would like to offer you the opportunity to explore current vacancies, flexible working options and client job openings.
Memories of insolvency law and practice with Sandy Pratt
Sandy Pratt is one of our retired partners and here he shares his memories of his time at the firm.
Rail tracks and pop tracks – flying the flag with Jack Mason
Jack was an associate in our construction team and chair of our Pride network. Leaving the firm, to satisfy his wanderlust at Belmond, he is now in-house counsel at The Crown Estate. He is also a huge Eurovision fan.
Responsible business initiatives
Pride Month 2023
Over one third of LGBTIQ+ people feel they need to hide who they are at work, and a fifth feel that being LGBTIQ+ limits...
International Women’s Day 2023
International Women’s Day gives us an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of all women – in particular our colleag...
Our partnership with Save the Children
We have entered into a three-year strategic partnership with global NGO Save the Children.
The new EU Foreign Subsidies Regulation (FSR)
Ward Atterbury, Sophie Bertin, and Miranda Cole will delve into the requirements and learn how best to prepare your business for the FSR.
London International Disputes Week 2023
As a member, Norton Rose Fulbright is delighted to be involved in London International Disputes Week (LIDW) 2023 which will take place from May 15-19, 2023. LIDW23 brings together all the stakeholders...
Failure to prevent fraud offence: The impact for compliance and investigations teams
The UK Government has confirmed that it will introduce a new ‘failure to prevent fraud’ offence, which is likely to come into force in 2024. This new offence forms part of broader reforms in the government's fight against fraud and economic crime.
Our D&I blog features personal stories and experiences from our people.
Meet our Alumni team
"At Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, we owe our success to our people – past and present – and are dedicated to maintaining lifelong relationships with them. In my role as Chair, supporting our alumni community is one of my priorities, creating a network that recognises your contribution to firm and offers lifelong support to you in your career."
Farmida Bi, Global Chair and Alumni Community sponsor
"I’ve been an alumni manager for over 10 years and understand the value an informed and engaged community can bring. Please get in touch with me if you would like to reconnect with your former colleagues or want more information about our programme."
Judi Johnson, Alumni Manager, London
Beyond Sanctions: Key considerations for financial services firms
The events in Ukraine and the economic sanctions imposed on Russia raise a number of broader financial services regulatory issues, including those relating to governance and financial crime.