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.
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.
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German investment bank Deutsche Bank recently recommended that those working remotely should pay more in taxes, saying it was a viable solution to create a more inclusive economy.
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.