inCase™ are an “award-winning” mobile applications and software management company specialising in solutions for legal professionals. We are a business dedicated to making continuous improvements within the legal industry using the latest pioneering technology.
Quittance Legal Services is a nationwide panel of solicitors offering consumer legal services throughout the UK.
The CS Partnership are lawyers and legal engineers. They are the interface between being legal experts and being technology experts. They understand the importance of harmony between the two, and are able to drive innovation, efficiency, process improvement and client engagement.
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Land Data is the official government appointed organisation that manages and regulates the National Land Information Service (NLIS) contracts. The company was established by IDeA in 2001 to serve the interests of the general public by making authoritative property search… Read More
LEAP is a cloud based practice management system with integrated time recording, billing and client accounting. Developed for small to medium sized law firms LEAP’s powerful features allow your practice to manage matters more efficiently and profitably from anywhere, anytime… Read More
Landmark has established a reputation for being a leading provider of environmental and other location-based risk information to the residential and commercial property sectors in England, Wales and Scotland. Our dedicated, personal approach supports legal and conveyancing professionals in their… Read More
Attitudes to technology in access to justice might beneficially follow the trajectory of the earlier debate about the best way to deliver legal aid services.
If, as is largely anticipated, the Competition and Markets Authority again points the profession at the water, how are the regulators supposed to ensure their members drink?