New Guardian law section

Print This Post

By Legal Futures

18 May 2010


I would like to point readers towards the new law section of the Guardian’s website, which launched last week, not least because I have a weekly column that will usually be published on Tuesdays. See www.guardian.co.uk/law; for my articles in particular, see www.guardian.co.uk/profile/neil-rose.

Also, last week I had an article on professional indemnity insurance published in the law section of The Times. Click here.

Neil Rose, Editor, Legal Futures



Leave a comment

* Denotes required field

All comments will be moderated before posting. Please see our Terms and Conditions

Legal Futures Blog

Lawyers must now draw on the data and drive change

Chris Marston 2014

The results from this year’s legal services consumer tracker survey make for interesting reading. In its sixth year, the research finds that a firm’s reputation continues to grow in importance, holding its top slot as the number one factor influencing choice of lawyer, with price remaining a strong second, reflected in a shift towards higher numbers of fixed-fee transactions. Alongside, it reports that trust in lawyers has declined to 42%, from 47% in 2012. It’s useful information as far as it goes, but what is the sector going to do with it?

September 26th, 2016