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Why don’t lawyers do what you ask them to do?

20 September 2018

Having been team leader, department head, division head and managing partner, I understand well the frustration (and anger) that managing partners and CEOs voice to me: “We’ve asked them a dozen times, but still they aren’t doing what we need!”


Legal marketing lessons from Ed Sheeran

11 September 2018

Anyone starting a new law firm or starting out on their legal career could take several lessons from Ed Sheeran’s approach to promoting himself.


Blockchain and the customer

6 September 2018

The term blockchain has become increasingly part of mainstream commentary in the insurance and legal press, with use of the technology entering mainstream business too.


The case for the defence

3 September 2018

The Association of British Insurers has long argued that our broken personal injury compensation system needs reforming. We believe that the Civil Liability Bill can deliver a fairer system for all.


Asons – the never-ending saga

21 August 2018

You may have thought that that the Asons saga was at an end. According a report filed at Companies House by the joint liquidators of Asons Solicitors Limited, however, it is far from over.


Get ready for the SRA’s transparency rules

15 August 2018

You will no doubt by now be aware that the Legal Services Board has approved new rules proposed by the SRA requiring law firms to publish certain price and service information on their website.


PEXA: Australia’s lesson in e-conveyancing

8 August 2018

PEXA, or Property Exchange Australia, is a national platform designed to vastly improve the experience of transacting property in Australia. In essence, it is enabling the transition from paper to digital.


You only get one chance to make a first impression

3 August 2018

It doesn’t matter if you are the ‘best’ lawyer in town, or provide the greatest value for money – the prospective client will not use you in the first place unless you get the first impression right.


Knowledge loss: can you afford it?

30 July 2018

Law firms sell solutions to clients’ problems based on the combined knowledge of staff. People will always move on, but can you afford to lose their knowledge when they go?


DWF’s KTP – the start of a journey

25 July 2018

DWF recently embarked on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with the University of Manchester, with the aim of transforming how the business uses data and harnessing that data.

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