About Legal Futures
Legal Futures is the leading news resource tracking the fast-evolving legal landscape. Written by professional journalists, it provides cutting-edge daily news coverage on alternative business structures, new market entrants, regulatory change and innovation in all its forms. Its unique blend of hard-hitting journalism, market intelligence and expert analysis makes it the first port of call for anyone interested in keeping pace with the transformation of the legal market. It frequently breaks important news stories ahead of the other trade press and broadsheets.
As a truly independent news site, Legal Futures is able to provide proper scrutiny of the regulators and representative bodies in the law, and ask the tough questions, whilst delivering fair and objective reporting. Widely respected and well read by industry experts – with even the chair of the Legal Services Board posting comments – Legal Futures has become the go-to source of information on the new legal market.
‘Legal Futures is my first port of call whenever I need insight into any aspect of liberalisation. In my view, it is the definitive resource for anyone seeking to keep apace with structural changes in the legal profession.’
Professor Richard Susskind, author of The End of Lawyers? and Tomorrow’s Lawyers
‘Legal Futures is quite simply the most up-to-date, reliable and authoritative source of news and analysis of the twenty-first century legal services market. It has no equal.’
Professor Stephen Mayson, Director, Legal Services Institute
The editorial team
Neil Rose, Editor
Legal Futures was set up by Neil Rose, one of the UK’s most experienced legal journalists. He has been writing about the Legal Services Act since its genesis in the OFT report of 2001 and is a recognised market commentator in this area. See Neil’s full profile.
Nick Hilborne, Deputy Editor
Nick Hilborne is an experienced legal journalist and a former news editor of the Solicitor’s Journal. See Nick’s full profile