O’Connors offers law firm leaders clear thinking time

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19 May 2017

O’Connors LLPThe law firm for law firms, O’Connors LLP, is offering law firm leaders a fixed price half-day with its sector specialists to help them review and evaluate their firm’s strategic options from a commercial, structural and regulatory perspective.

“No problem is too challenging or opportunity too complex for us to tackle in one intensive session,” said partner Mark O’Connor. “Our aim is to create clear thinking time for law firm leaders and help them stress-test their options in a protective and confidential environment. We expect law firm leaders to leave our offices with a much clearer view on the viable options for the future of their business and with much greater clarity on the judgment calls they will need to make in implementing them.”

O’Connors blends corporate, commercial, insurance and regulatory advice with sector expertise to help business leaders manage risks and opportunities more effectively. The half-day sessions will be hosted by corporate partner Mark O’Connor and regulatory partner Pamela Rafiq who have advised legal businesses of all shapes and sizes throughout the UK, including some of the most innovative new market entrants and a good number of the Top 100 law firms.

The half-day sessions cost £2,500 plus VAT.

After a simple engagement process and a review of some basic background information, the O’Connors team will fix a date for the half-day session in the firm’s Liverpool office, with its inspiring views across the city, the river and the Welsh hills. Immediately after the session, a bullet point note will be prepared summarising the key advice provided during the session and recording any key actions. The law firm will have no commitment beyond the meeting itself, although O’Connors will be available to help with implementation, if required.

To find out more or to arrange a half-day session, law firm leaders should call Pamela Rafiq at O’Connors on 0151 906 1000 or email pamelarafiq@oconnorsllp.co.uk.

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