That tricky next step
One enduring memory former Linklaters managing partner Tony Angel has of his childhood is driving down from the family home in Hendon, north London, to his father's clothing shop in Mile End and seeing the Thames "stuffed full of ships". Then in 1966 the port of Tilbury opened and, recalls Angel, "within a very short space of time the river became completely deserted".
Ex-Linklaters head Tony Angel talks about life at S&P and becoming one of the few lawyers to take a senior executive role after leaving the profession. Alex Aldridge reports
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