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  • How to stop clients calling you

    How much time is wasted in law firms by dealing with existing client enquiries that could have been prevented? This is particularly relevant for fixed-fee work, but also as law firms look for every marginal gain.

    Friday, 4 September 2020
  • Is your website lost in the desert?

    Having a website is like advertising on a billboard in the middle of the desert – it’s pretty useless unless people are driving past to see it. It’s exactly the same with cyberspace.

    Tuesday, 10 December 2019
  • How much is your SEO budget?

    If the answer is ‘what SEO budget?’, then we have a major problem. Building a website is like putting up a fancy electronic billboard in the middle of the desert. SEO is the action of driving people to look at it.

    Thursday, 10 October 2019
  • How to create high-ranking web pages

    It’s tough at the top. And even tougher to get to the top – if we’re talking about Google rankings. Businesses often underestimate both the investment required in SEO and the potential returns it provides.

    Friday, 14 June 2019
  • You are what you E.A.T.

    We can become a little obsessed with blogging and many law firms have embraced this form of content generation for their own websites. But to what end, and is it worth the hassle?

    Monday, 13 May 2019
  • A room with a (re)view

    Moving customer reviews of your firm onto a public platform can be a terrifying experience. What if everyone posts a terrible review? If that’s the case, then you don’t have a functioning business anyway.

    Friday, 26 October 2018
  • Legmark

    In the legal sector you need a specialist marketing communications agency that understands your needs. You’ll want to work with people who have spent years working in-house in law firms, so that they understand the nuances of marketing in this industry in a way others might not.

    Monday, 6 August 2018

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Compulsory retirement of partners: problems and opportunities

Law firm leaders face tough choices as they evaluate performance over an unprecedented period and inevitably underperforming partners will be targeted for compulsory retirement.


Will the SQE affect diversity in the legal profession?

Law firms are under increasingly pressure to attract a more diverse pool of young lawyers. One of the fundamental motivations behind introducing the SQE was to address this issue.


Should the SRA introduce tougher sanctions for AML breaches?

We have recently seen the Solicitors Regulation Authority fining law firms across England and Wales over a lack of proper anti-money laundering policies and procedures.