Solicitors Referrals launches SearchLite, Solicitor Jobs announces special offer

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7 September 2010


Legal Futures Associate Solicitors Referrals has launched SearchLite, a low-cost alternative for law firms looking to link up with other solicitors to make or receive referrals – the latest stage in its bid to make solicitors less reliant on third parties.

SearchLite lists your firm’s details on the Solicitors Referrals database. As there is no research or matching service involved, the initial annual cost is only £100 plus VAT.

As a special introductory offer, the first 25 subscriptions are free.

Lateral Law, which runs Solicitors Referrals, has also launched a special offer for Solicitor Jobs, its fixed-fee, no commission recruitment website. The first 25 registrations with the site are free, rather than £100 plus VAT.

Lateral Law founder and solicitor Martin Gregory said: “These latest promotions enhance our core services and further our aims to put solicitors first and reduce the profession’s reliance on third parties. With no ongoing commitment, there really is nothing to lose. Re-seize the initiative and sign up for the free trials today.”


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