Legal training is stuck in the past. A one-size-fits-all approach to teaching simply doesn’t work. Why? Because everyone is different. At The College of Legal Practice, we understand the importance of flexible learning. It’s why our online legal education courses… Read More
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.
What we do LawSkills provides learning & development for Private Client Practitioners LawSkills has more than 30 years specialist experience working in, and for, Private Client Departments. The business is owned and managed by Gill Steel, one of the country’s most… Read More
Working in partnership with more than 3,500 UK law firms and underpinned by over 30 years of sector experience, Access Legal provides an unrivalled suite of complete software solutions. From case and practice management, finance, accounting and business intelligence to learning,… Read More
DG Legal is the largest provider of strategic and compliance services operating in England & Wales.
With over 35 years’ experience in training and development, BARBRI Altior offers personal, professional and practical training for legal professionals. At BARBRI Altior, we take the time to fully understand development requirements, offering specialist legal and essential training tailored to… 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
Commercial success is the driving force for ambitious law firms and it should come as no surprise that many have a renewed determination to re-evaluate their businesses in the wake of Covid-19.
TV dramas have made many people think that the legal profession consists of heroes (or villains) in high-flying firms or public prosecution. In reality, nearly a quarter of solicitors work in-house.
Increasing demand for ‘hot’ areas of law inspires opportunist law firms to hire more specialists to add to their firepower – the right people at the right time. Yet this is a big ask.