Legal RSS will help you show your clients and prospects that you are thoroughly up to date with legal news, case law and court judgments. We supply website-ready summaries of court judgments categorised over 60 different legal disciplines to enable you to keep your website, blogs and social media content up to date.
With over 200 years of combined experience, we understand the many challenges and pressures you can face when dealing with the intricate art of legal costs litigation. Our hands-on approach yields the best results and superior service to ensure positive outcomes for your firm and your clients.
ReviewSolicitors is the UK’s largest legal review website with over 3 million active users. Statistics have shown that when it comes to choosing a solicitor, over 70% of clients are influenced by online reviews and our platform allows firms to collect them all in one place.
Quittance Legal Services is a nationwide panel of solicitors offering consumer legal services throughout the UK.
We specialise in helping our law firm clients use the internet more effectively to grow their business. We work with law firms of all shapes and sizes, across a wide range of practice areas and sectors throughout the UK and… Read More
Is your marketing delivering the quality of leads you really need to maximise the performance of your business? In such a competitive industry, businesses are seeing that their marketing budgets aren’t stretching as far as they used to. First4Lawyers are… Read More
Bar Marketing offers a range of effective chambers marketing services to meet your needs. Whether you are looking for a long term partnership to manage your chambers marketing, or require additional resources on a project by project basis to run… Read More
Mentoring programmes are increasingly common in law firms. The weight of academic literature points to the positive benefits of mentoring on professional development.
Whilst many firms have made admirable leaps to improve diversity, both at board level and more broadly, one area of diversity that is less well-known or reported on is that of cognitive diversity.