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Blogs: Legal Practice
The Anya legal journal
Enforcement and Dispute Resolution
Criminal Law Solicitors Association disclosure survey
Blood on our hands – part 2
“Blood on our hands”
Employment tribunal fees
Deport first, appeal later
New Lord Chancellor
Author: John Flood
Legal academic commenting on the strange worlds of law, legal profession, bureaucracy, universities, and globalization.
Professional Expertise, Machine Learning, and Blockchain (and in Law too)
The Accountants Are Really Coming...this time....
How Courts Compete with Each Other
Why Do Lawyers Hate Their Clients?
Law's Missing Institution (Mind the Gap...) A Manifesto for New Ideas in Law
Trust, Anarcho-Capitalism, Blockchain and Initial Coin Offerings
Democracy, Voting and the Blockchain....Digital Democracy....
Professions and Narratives: Can They Reconstruct Their Futures
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
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Author: Gill Steel, LawSkills
News and views on the new marketplace for legal services.
Price transparency – is your firm prepared?
Draft Finance Bill 2018-19 open for consultation
Are you managing to keep your cool?
Acting for the elderly and frail
So you want to be an expert
The law never stands still does it?
Trust tax train wreck
Are you a collaborator?
Author: Richard Moorhead, Professor of Law and Professional Ethics at UCL Faculty of Laws
Research and commentary on the legal professions
Jot on Quiet Egocentricity and Ethics
NDAs. He really is one of us
Dreaming up iniquitous defences: why X v Y goes beyond pub talk
Citizens UK: Professional Regulators should examine this misleading of the High Court?
Select Committee ‘particularly concerned’ about lawyers’ ethics
Are lawyers helping clients make spurious diplomatic immunity claims?
BSB vs SRA on professional education: the merits of regulating providers
ODR justice audit – a link to Roger Smith’s blog
Publisher: Lawyers' Defence Group
Reports of money laundering, cybercrime and dubious investment schemes all on the rise
CILEx approved as ABS licensing authority
BSB explains how it assures competence at the Bar
SRA approach to European Insurance Distribution Directive approved
Guide to finding EU law online
Waivers, PPI Claims and the Information Gap
Appointment of a new Chair to the Legal Services Board
Publisher: Thomson Reuters
The Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute brings together people from across the legal industry to ignite conversation and debate, make sense of the latest events and trends, and provide guidance as you confront the opportunities and challenges that these changes present. The site features blog commentary, legal news analysis, interviews with industry leaders, videos and podcasts offering keen insight into the profession of law and the legal marketplace from members of law firms, corporate legal departments, government and academia.
Making Time for Compliance and Risk Management: A Perspective from Thomson Reuters’ Assistant GC Jamila Jean
View from Canada: The Silent, Hidden Struggle in our Profession
What’s ESI? Figuring Out the Nitty-Gritty of Electronically-Stored Information (Part 1)
Risk Management in the Cryptosphere: A Talk with Gibson Dunn’s Judith Alison Lee
5 Questions for Dan Linna: Demystifying Artificial Intelligence
New Report Shows How Corporate Law Departments in Hong Kong Are Dealing with Asian Market Growth & Regulatory Pressure
UPFRONT & PERSONAL: A Discussion with Rosanna Neagle, VP for Legal Affairs at Nestlé Dreyer’s Ice Cream/Nespresso USA
Paypal GC Wanji Walcott Offers Advice on How to Develop Financial Acumen for Up-and-Coming General Counsel Candidates
Author: Neil Rose
The essential guide to conduct, compliance and competence, and the Legal Services Act
Why don’t lawyers do what you ask them to do?
Legal marketing lessons from Ed Sheeran
Blockchain and the customer
The case for the defence
Asons – the never-ending saga
Get ready for the SRA’s transparency rules
PEXA: Australia’s lesson in e-conveyancing
You only get one chance to make a first impression
Publisher: Inpractice UK
Thoughts on building a more profitable legal practice
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Author: Antony Smith, solicitor
The purpose of this blog is to discuss, through the lens of legal project management, issues facing legal service providers in the UK.
5 examples of how legal project management can help reduce stress
Productive and enjoyable legal project meetings
Kick-off meetings for legal service delivery: why, when, who and how.
Helping lawyers change the way they work
Legal Project Managers: a call to arms
5 steps for effective transfer of new knowledge and skills back to the workplace
Paralegals: what they do now and might be doing in future.
Skills training: key to getting better at anything.
Set up by experts, for experts. For lawyers to share knowledge with other lawyers about how to not just survive these more competitive times, but to thrive.
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Author: Stephen Mayson, director of the Legal Services Institute
Occasional thoughts about the legal services market
Confidence in regulation
CMA market study and the pressure for regulatory change
Democracy is a strange thing …
In-house lawyers and their moral compass: true north or magnetic interference?
Access to justice as a business
Sweet ’16? Cakes, deckchairs and running fast
The Grand Delusion revisited
The Future of Buying Legal Services
Author: Simon Deane-Johns
Pragmatic thoughts on the law and legal practice.
"No-Brainer": UK Firms Switching From English to Irish Law And Courts For Their New EEA Hubs
Will Your UK-issued Card Still Work In The EEA After Brexit?
Brexit And Cross-Border Personal Data Transfers: Agree A New Basis Now!
FCA Applies More Handbook Rules To E-money and Payment Services
UK To Give EEA Firms 3 Years Temporary Permission Post-Brexit
FCA Update On Cloud and Other IT Outsourcing
New FCA Consultation on P2P Lending and CrowdInvesting
The Cost Of My Professional #Brexit Preparations - £9,000 in Year 1
Author: Ray McLennan
After many years paying lawyers, I've now become one. Just in time for the largest upheaval in the law since records began. I can't wait. Exiting times ahead.
How Some Lawyers "Earn" a bigger bonus by not doing their job
It Does Not Make Sense to Hire Smart People and then have them Follow Stupid Rules
Another one Bites the Dust
Check-list for dealing with Lawyers
Basics 101 - ?Answer the Phone Properly!
The 3 Things in Law Firms that are Broken
Never Trust an Expert?
Author: Steven Vaughan and Emma Oakley
This three-year project seeks to better understand the relationships between corporate lawyers and their corporate clients.
The Validity of Invisible Difference – A Response to the BSB
When does EU Law stop being part of a qualifying law degree?
‘Too hot to handle’ topics and speaking up in law school
#dataisdata – Reporting on LGBT Diversity Data at the Bar
Moral Dialogue as Regulatory Obligation?
Coming Out… as a Lawyer in Interviews with Lawyers
Calling all in-house lawyers to a nationwide debate on ethical leadership
Being Gay and Being a Legal Academic
Author: Brian Inkster
The past, present and future practice of law
Law is a Buyer’s Market: Building a Client-First Law Firm ~ Reviewed
Chats with Legal Chatbots ~ Episode 1 : The Global Legal Hackathon and LawDroid
The Golden Ticket to #JDHorizons
Loo Law April Fool
Flushed for Success: Loo Law Launches
The Great Legal Reformation: Notes from the Field ~ Reviewed
Hype Hurts: Steering Clear of Dangerous AI myths at GlenLegal
London Legal Hackathon bend the rules?
Author: Steve Cornforth, solicitor
A daily blog looking at legal news, updates and the pratice of law
Concerning Poldark, housing and legal aid deserts
Concerning cold calls, magic registers and Star Wars
More stories of troubled lawyers - are we doing enough? Thoughts please?
Concerning emails, getting a life and watching Love Island
A dishonest claim - and the damage it causes
Criminal Justice in meltdown? Let's form an ABS!
Concerning the Select Committee on small claims and who is an honest driver
The Secret Barrister - Get it, read it, share it...NOW
Author: Colin Yeo
Social media and modern practice tips for lawyers
Lawyers: earning trust
Is 4G worth it?
New internet Newsletter For Lawyers
Comprehensive blogging starter kit
Useful critique of lawyer websites
Web design trends for 2014
PDF Expert by Readdle app review
New Pages by Apple: seamless mobile working