Redbrick Solutions are delighted to welcome full service London firm, Cornerstones, as their latest Practice Management and Business Intelligence client. The rapidly expanding firm who have recently moved into new offices in London are proud to offer their clients high quality legal advice both locally and nationally. Offering city expertise without city prices and a high level of expertise in their chosen fields, Cornerstones have recently grown their team and expanded their services to clients to include Conveyancing, Litigation and Immigration.
Full-service firm AWG has implemented Redbrick’s full practice management solution firm-wide as well as its financial accounting and management solution, Redbrick business intelligence. First established more than 100 years ago in 1895, AWG has been providing high quality legal advice both locally and nationally ever since. Offering city expertise without city prices and a high level of expertise in its chosen fields, AWG has rapidly expanded its south-west based practice by employing numerous city-based consultants throughout the country.
The recession and continuing economic challenges highlight the increasing importance of law firms having an effective business strategy in place that considers the ambitions of the firm but ensures that those ambitions are delivered against access to suitable levels of cash flow. By Legal Futures Associate NatWest
Adrian Bennett of Thorneycroft explains how his firm has benefited from installing Proclaim Case Management and Proclaim Accounts from Legal Futures Associate Eclipse.
The Law Society will this month unveil a £4m conveyancing quality scheme that aims to help solicitors maintain market share and improve profitability. At the centre of the scheme will be an updated conveyancing protocol to which all members will have to adhere from 1 April 2011, alongside core practice management standards.
Patricia Wheatley Burt of Trafalgar looks at the demands on managing partners and how to avoid placing law firm leaders too much at the whim of the partnership.
Patricia Wheatley Burt (FCIPD), a director of Legal Futures Associate Trafalgar, argues that firms need to develop strategies to retain older lawyers, for everyone’s benefit.