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  • Brexit VAT changes | A guide for law firms & small businesses

    Leave? Remain? These discussions seem like ages ago don’t they? Well, Brexit is now a reality. Many of our clients in the legal sector are asking what this means for UK VAT-registered businesses selling services to overseas customers.

    Thursday, 8 April 2021
  • In conversation with Jay Bhayani

    We love learning about our clients’ business successes. The most interesting stories are from individuals who rose from unconventional beginnings and overcame the odds to accomplish their professional goals. It’s inspiration for others in the same position that success can be theirs too.

    Thursday, 25 February 2021
  • Quill makes document management easier and better with release of DocsHub

    Leading legal software provider Quill is setting out to make legal professionals’ document management more streamlined and efficient than ever before through the launch of its improved DocsHub service.

    Friday, 19 February 2021
  • Raising the bar – Best companies ‘outstanding’ employee engagement

    Leading legal software provider Quill has been recognised as a well-led and well-managed organisation demonstrating ‘outstanding’ levels of employee engagement, despite the current unprecedented circumstances. 

    Wednesday, 17 February 2021
  • Guide to Starting Your Own Law Firm: Steps 11-15

    Having already covered many of the essential steps to setting up your own law firm, from accounting responsibilities and cashflow forecasting to Professional Indemnity Insurance and risk management, our ’15-Step Guide’ blog series concludes today with a focus on: deciding where to practice, using technology to streamline workloads, outsourcing to cover the skills you lack, turning to professional support when you need it and getting your name out there through marketing.

    Thursday, 21 January 2021
  • Guide to Starting Your Own Law Firm: Steps 9-10

    This blog is based on our ’15-Step Guide to Starting Your Own Law Firm’ webinar from 12 November 2020. To download the e-Book we shared with listeners, please visit www.quill.co.uk/Legalpracticemanagementforstartups.

    Thursday, 7 January 2021
  • Guide to Starting Your Own Law Firm: Steps 5-8

    This blog is based on our ’15-Step Guide to Starting Your Own Law Firm’ webinar from 12 November 2020. When I set up my first business 20-or-so years ago, I was very nervous but also very excited. I had lots of questions but didn’t always know who to ask them to.That’s why we created this guide to help you pursue your dreams and set up your own law practice – the right way, with the right tools, and with the right mindset.

    Tuesday, 5 January 2021
  • Guide to Starting Your Own Law Firm: Step 4

    Every single working day this year, the SRA has approved nearly two new start-up law firms. There are lots of entrepreneurs setting up their business. If you fall into this category, now’s the time to put your hand up and ask questions; the answers to which will help you on your way to running your own practice. Our guide is a great starting point to having these all-important questions answered.

    Monday, 21 December 2020
  • Guide to Starting Your Own Law Firm: Top 10 compliance mistakes

    Many budding lawyers will tell you that starting your own law firm is not for the faint-hearted. Here are 10 compliance mistakes we most commonly see new start-ups make and how you can avoid making them.

    Wednesday, 16 December 2020
  • Guide to Starting Your Own Law Firm: Steps 1-3

    Starting your own law firm is an appealing and rewarding way to make a living – and a life – but it can seem like a pipe dream. But if you have the will and desire to take the plunge, you’ll be in good company. According to the SRA, one in six of all law firms are sole practitioners and on average, two new firms open every working day.

    Monday, 14 December 2020

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How burnout was my catalyst for serving lawyers instead of being one

As my legal career progressed, I began to realise the reality was very different than I had envisaged. I was in a constant state of stress, working very long hours. I normalised the stress, as it seemed to be everywhere I looked.


Virtual supervision – the modern dilemma

Virtual supervision is important, but it is very important that that supervision doesn’t become virtual, and not fit for purpose. So how do we guard against that?