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Blogs: Legal Practice
The Anya legal journal
Lord Chief Justice attacks the Lord Chancellor
Enabling tax avoidance
Prisons and Courts Bill
Sentencing and the prison population
Reforming the Advocates’ Graduated Fee Scheme
The Supreme Court has ruled
Author: John Flood
Legal academic commenting on the strange worlds of law, legal profession, bureaucracy, universities, and globalization.
Future of Legal Services and Legal Education?
Rule of Law and Legal Education: Do They Still Connect?
Legal Education in England & Wales and Germany: New Paper
Financing Law Firms: New Law versus Old Law: Good or Bad?
What Happens When the NSA Gets Hacked?
What Is Going on with the Legal Profession?
Professions and Technology: History and Transformation
Thought Experiment: What Does the Uberization of Legal Practice Mean?
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
The Brexit ruling - did the Supreme Court get it right?
The Brexit ruling - summary of the decision of the majority
A day in the life of a Corporate Trainee
A day in the life of a Private Client Trainee
Kingsley Napley - A firm for the whole family
Christmas comes to Kingsley Napley
So…what is it like being a trainee solicitor?
Author: Gill Steel, LawSkills
News and views on the new marketplace for legal services.
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Author: Richard Moorhead, Professor of Law and Professional Ethics at UCL Faculty of Laws
Research and commentary on the legal professions
Some perspective on the McKenzie Friends Marketplace (Guest Post, Dr. Leanne Smith, Cardiff Uni)
Algorithmic Anxiety: let’s stop fighting the last war and focus on the future
In-house lawyers, equity-based remuneration, and improved governance
Gross earnings at the bar
Innovation and the Big Mo
Rolls Royce Service – risk, compliance, and ethics: where were the lawyers?
Lawyers learning about prediction
Women QCs: a quick look at the data
Publisher: Lawyers' Defence Group
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Author: Neil Rose
The essential guide to conduct, compliance and competence, and the Legal Services Act
The skills shortage in law firms is the biggest threat to handling cybercrime
Top 10 disaster recovery and business continuity planning tips
Behind closed doors: the SRA’s problem with transparency
The SRA needs to sort out its priorities – part two
The SRA needs to sort out its priorities – part one
Disruptive innovation: the Christensen thesis hits law schools and legal services
Rating lawyers by their wins and losses – a good idea?
Rethinking ‘quality versus quantity’
Publisher: Inpractice UK
Thoughts on building a more profitable legal practice
Why Smart Law Firms Listen to Clients
Why and how the CMgr “Chartered Manager” qualification can unleash the potential of managers in your law firm.
Clients and law firms rate “Value” differently. So what?
FREE Consultation: Move to a more efficient paper-lite working environment, with better use of e-documents.
What could the CMI’s Chartered Manager Qualification do for you and your business?
A modern telephony system can enable your practice to increase fees and profits if you can see what is happening to incoming calls …
Benchmark your technology against other legal practices with LSN … requiring them to support a good cause too.
CONVEYANCERS – help clients to recommend you, let new prospects feel what it’s like to be a client
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.
The gig economy
Roundtable Report: The Value Proposition
2016 Mini-Bellwether Report: A Question of Value
Building a successful law firm – why being a good lawyer isn’t enough
How to manage your law firm post-Brexit
Brexit: expecting a bonfire of regulation?
Are you ready for continuing competence?
Legalex: views on the future of the legal profession
Flexible working – is it becoming an “entitlement”?
Deploying new technology in law firms
Let’s Talk About Flex, Baby: Flex Appeal and #BeBoldForChange
What happens when the robots get it wrong?
The Need for Product Managers in Law
The legal profession for millennials
New CPD rules: how to implement them in your practice
How to protect LGBT equality in the workplace
Author: Stephen Mayson, director of the Legal Services Institute
Occasional thoughts about the legal services market
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
Beyond the Legal Services Act
Author: Simon Deane-Johns
Pragmatic thoughts on the law and legal practice.
#PSD2: Are Merchant Checkouts "Payment Instruments"?
#PSD2: What Is An Account Information Service?
#PSD2: What Is A Payment Initiation Service?
#PSD2: Bill Payment Services In Scope Of UK Regs?
How The UK Will Introduce #PSD2
Post-Brexit Outlook For Passported Financial Services
Will Regulatory Technical Standards Slow The Pace Of Payments Innovation?
Money Laundering Includes... Tax Evasion and Virtual Currencies?
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.
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?
All about ABS
When Lawyers fall out with each other
Author: Steven Vaughan and Emma Oakley
This three-year project seeks to better understand the relationships between corporate lawyers and their corporate clients.
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
Legal Services Regulation: Competition, Growth…and maybe a little bit of Quality?
Judging Solicitors: Reflections on the SRA ‘Question of Trust’ Campaign
QASA and the “Public Interest” in Legal Services Regulation
The SDT and the Chamber of Secrets
Author: Brian Inkster
The past, present and future practice of law
Blogging about the Law
The 10 most important considerations for lawyers
Keynote on small law firms as entrepreneurs
Lawyer’s Billable Hour raises over £100,000 in 3 days to help the refugee crisis
How to win business online: Legal Futures From Click 2 Client Conference 2015 – Reviewed
Legal Practice Management Conference 2015 – Reviewed
Notarising and Grass Cutting – Providing flexible and accessible legal services
Tomorrow’s Naked Lawyer – Reviewed
Author: Steve Cornforth, solicitor
A daily blog looking at legal news, updates and the pratice of law
My final blog - because justice matters
Whiplash & Small Claims - this time it's for real....
Are we seeing the demise of our civil courts?
The Brexit Judgment is all about the Supremacy of our elected Parliament
Reflecting on 25 years as a litigator!
Court Fees (2) - what are we getting for the pain?
Concerning Time Limits, HMRC Schedules and Elvis Presley
Compensation Scheme for birth injuries - could this change everything?
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