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More firms choose Tikit P4W for practice and case management in what has been a record sales year for Tikit

Tikit

Tikit, a global provider of technology solutions to legal firms, today announced ending its financial year with both record numbers of new P4W sites and record sales and looks to continue its success with the addition of two more firms to its P4W client base. Dorset based Aldridge Brownlee Solicitors and Irish law firm Fergus Mullen Solicitor have selected Tikit P4W for practice and case management.

April 23rd, 2018

Eclipse announces new functionality to cater for the Precedent S Electronic Bill of Costs

Tracy Blencowe

Eclipse Legal Systems, the Law Society’s endorsed legal IT provider, has announced updated functionality in its Proclaim solution to enable firms to utilise the new Electronic Bill of Costs.

April 23rd, 2018

Legal Eye strengthens team with new appointment

Legal Eye

Continuing to expand their team, Legal Eye are pleased to announce the appointment of their newest member. Joining in the role of Senior Compliance Manager, Kate Burt is set to bring an extensive range of industry experience to the role.

April 23rd, 2018

Chair of the Law Society Board to open Teal Compliance Conference

Teal Compliance

Teal Compliance are pleased to announce that Robert Bourns, Chair of the Law Society Board and former President of the Law Society will be opening their conference on 26th April. With so many changes to grapple with in the world of compliance, the theme of this year’s conference is ‘Navigating a year of change’. Teal Compliance, in association with Lockton are focusing the content of the Conference on supporting law firms of all sizes to decipher the coming changes and understanding what the practical implications for their law firms will be.

April 20th, 2018

UK law firms expect long-term decline in work in the event of ‘no-deal’ Brexit

Thomson Reuters

UK law firms expect to see a long-term decline in work if Brexit negotiations between the UK and the EU end up in a no-deal scenario, according to a survey of 300 law firm partners in the UK and Europe published today by the Legal business of Thomson Reuters.

April 20th, 2018




















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Why your firm should support working mothers to the hilt

Georgina Hamblin

If you are going to balance the demands of work and childcare, and stay sane, you need to adapt, and with any luck your firm will adapt with you. In doing so you will both win, and your respective productivity will soar. When I had my son, I realised just how lucky I was. Not only did I have the incredible support of my, and my husband’s, family through this life-changing time, but I had a firm that offered me complete flexibility and control over my return to business life.

April 19th, 2018