Information Resources


Groundsure

3 July 2018

Groundsure is a market leading specialist, transforming environmental data into location intelligence for the land and property markets.


Miller Insurance Services LLP

1 January 2018

Supporting solicitors throughout the PI insurance lifecycle. Choosing the right professional indemnity (PI) policy is one of the most important decisions a law firm can make. It protects your business and offers you peace of mind.


Bath Publishing

28 April 2017

Bath Publishing is a unique, innovative publisher of legal books, training, online resources and tools. We have been publishing on our own and with partners since 2005, pioneering the integrated use of new and traditional formats to provide accessible resources… Read More


Landmark Information Group

1 June 2016

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


InfoTrack

8 October 2015

InfoTrack provide award-winning technology that challenges the legal market and evolves the way law firms access and utilise data from a range of sources including Land Registry, Companies House and HMRC. Employing technology that is smart, simple and enjoyable to… Read More


Lexis®Legal Intelligence

16 September 2011

For almost 200 years, LexisNexis® with its authoritative information from Butterworths® and Tolley® has combined a deep understanding of the legal and tax profession with technology innovation to help practitioners work more productively, advise with confidence and better manage their… Read More


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Blog

16 November 2018

Transparency is about a lot more than just price

The transparency agenda is much more than the figures you put on your website; it all comes back to communication, the root of so many lawyers’ problems if you look at the types of complaint that go to the Legal Ombudsman.

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