Quill is the leading supplier of legal accounts software and outsourced cashiering services in the UK to independent solicitors, multi-disciplinary law firms and alternate business structures of all specialisms. With some 40 years’ legal industry experience, and remaining privately owned,… Read More
Helping Law Firms Manage Business We are entrusted by over 120 law firms to provide legal software for their business, including Case Management, Document Management, Accounts Management and Debt Management. The magic formula can be found in our approach; to… Read More
Redbrick Solutions: Easy to use case management, delivered by experts, for successful law firms Our revolutionary legal case management solution Redbrick Practice Management integrates case management, document management, reporting, workflow, task and diary functions, compliance and outlook integration all via a user… Read More
Advanced is the third largest provider of business software and services in the UK, and has been providing solutions across the entire legal sector for decades. We are the number one choice for Cloud legal software, and offer solicitors and… Read More
Many of today’s start-ups and growing firms are increasingly choosing a ‘virtual office’ to reduce overheads, while those who prefer a more traditional bricks and mortar presence are equally looking to minimise IT expenditure. Since its inception in 2006, Virtual… Read More
Software for progressive law firms – supporting increased efficiency, profitability and client service. Law firms are increasingly turning to SOS because of our award-winning solutions, our client service and our utmost commitment to the legal market as a specialist, independent… Read More
As the A-level results scandal in 2020 proved, scrutinising the ever-increasing use of algorithms and big data by government is essential in ensuring they operate fairly, lawfully and without bias.
The way in which partnership profits are assessed is set to change with the introduction of Making Tax Digital, and the intention is that the basis period will change.
Every solicitor knows that an undertaking is serious stuff. Arguably it is the greatest power available to a solicitor – a promise, if broken, that will lead to immediate and serious consequences for the giver.