- Monday, 2 March 2015
Does non-lawyer ownership end damaging short-termism within law firms and improve both the economics and culture of legal practice, or does it risk standards and offer little in the way of increasing access to legal services?
Tags: Alternative business structures, American Bar Association, Burford, non-law ownership
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Digitisation of the Land Registry AP1 process marks a major milestone in future-proofing the property sector