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Another nail in the coffin of solicitors’ undertakings?

29 July 2021

Every solicitor knows that an undertaking is serious stuff. Arguably it is the greatest power available to a solicitor – a promise, if broken, that will lead to immediate and serious consequences for the giver.


Litigators reap the benefits of technology adoption

28 July 2021

The coronavirus pandemic has plunged many litigators head-first into a new world of digital case management, and virtual and hybrid hearings.


Can data analytics unlock the potential for diversity in the law?

26 July 2021

Data, equity and inclusion analytics can play a pivotal role in increasing diversity and inclusion efforts by enabling organisations to effectively identify gaps, prioritise action and measure progress.


The growth game – better to buy than build?

21 July 2021

A law firm without a growth strategy is like any business that fails to plan for the future. It may continue to thrive in the short term but in the long term it is unlikely to succeed.


Preparing your staff for returning to the office

15 July 2021

A recent story hit the headlines that CEOs were struggling to get their employees back into the office following the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions.


Litigation funding: Maturity and mergers

13 July 2021

The general industry consensus is that multiple new entrants will continue to enter the litigation funding market, attracted by what they perceive as the potential gains and the lack of barriers to entry.


The future of international mediation for lawyers

9 July 2021

The pandemic has seen a significant increase in the number of international mediations that have taken place online. As more countries sign-up to the Singapore Convention, this trend is likely to increase.


Is artificial intelligence making lawyers redundant?

6 July 2021

In 2018, PwC suggested that AI threatened 30% of jobs in the UK. Much of the discussion on the introduction of AI and the potential effects on the legal sector is equally negative.


Help lawyers overcome productivity barriers when working with documents

1 July 2021

Lawyers who can manage their documents from creation to completion are becoming increasingly important for firms, particularly if a firm has a remote or distributed workforce.


Making a compelling case for online reviews

29 June 2021

A flurry of headlines and agitated comments was perhaps predictable when a draft policy paper before the Legal Services Board raised the prospect of firms being forced to sign up to online review sites.

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Blog


Another nail in the coffin of solicitors’ undertakings?

Every solicitor knows that an undertaking is serious stuff. Arguably it is the greatest power available to a solicitor – a promise, if broken, that will lead to immediate and serious consequences for the giver.


Litigators reap the benefits of technology adoption

The coronavirus pandemic has plunged many litigators head-first into a new world of digital case management, and virtual and hybrid hearings.


Can data analytics unlock the potential for diversity in the law?

Data, equity and inclusion analytics can play a pivotal role in increasing diversity and inclusion efforts by enabling organisations to effectively identify gaps, prioritise action and measure progress.


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