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Is your law firm protected from ransomware attacks?

20 May 2022

Ransomware attacks can have devastating consequences for law firms, including financial losses and reputational damage – and it’s not just the large firms that are being targeted.


Planning your office for the next generation

17 May 2022

We strongly believe lawyers now and in the future will want and value a space that’s not their home to work from and, most importantly, a space to connect and collaborate with colleagues and clients.


Why lawyers should be thinking about sustainable development

12 May 2022

The UN Sustainable Development Goals have been permeating all aspects of the legal profession – from their impact on everyday clients, to their relevance for big businesses.


Fundamental business habits that modern law firms need to succeed

6 May 2022

Regardless of your goals, running a successful law firm involves mastering the basics and adopting habits that help you remain competitive.


Estate administration: the digital assets dilemma

29 April 2022

The rapid increase in the range and prevalence of digital assets is creating an ever-widening gap between the technologies and the lumbering legal systems trying to keep up.


Six ways to improve your clients’ conveyancing experience

27 April 2022

According to a recent study, more than half of homebuyers found the process of buying a property more stressful than they expected, with solicitors not replying cited by 28% of them.


Can legal technology be used to serve vulnerable clients?

22 April 2022

While legaltech cannot and should not promise to be able to alleviate all challenges in closing the access to justice gaps in society, there are ways that it can ensure greater access to justice for vulnerable clients.


Ageism in UK and US law firms

19 April 2022

Partners reaching the mandatory retirement age often find themselves forced to challenge it as potential age discrimination and/or seek to negotiate a limited extension.


Why raising the SRA’s fining powers is good for solicitors

12 April 2022

There are many valid complaints that can be made about the Solicitors Regulation Authority, but in my view increasing its fining powers is, on balance, in the interests of all concerned.


Catalysing class actions using litigation funding

8 April 2022

The rapid growth of litigation funding has made class actions more feasible. In particular, crowd-based platforms are well placed to help catalyse meritorious class actions and ensure they are run effectively.

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Blog


Is your law firm protected from ransomware attacks?

Ransomware attacks can have devastating consequences for law firms, including financial losses and reputational damage – and it’s not just the large firms that are being targeted.


Planning your office for the next generation

We strongly believe lawyers now and in the future will want and value a space that’s not their home to work from and, most importantly, a space to connect and collaborate with colleagues and clients.


Why lawyers should be thinking about sustainable development

The UN Sustainable Development Goals have been permeating all aspects of the legal profession – from their impact on everyday clients, to their relevance for big businesses.


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When talking about legal aid and access to justice, it is hard to look beyond funding. Even the Ministry of Justice has acknowledged the problem, to judge by its agreement to pump an extra £135m into the criminal legal aid… Read More

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