- Tuesday, 17 March 2015
Nottingham Law School, the first in the country to apply for an alternative business structure (ABS) licence, aims to offer young entrepreneurs a paid-for business advice service, it has emerged.
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Access Legal expands conveyancing capability, bringing more value to customers with legal bricks acquisition