Steve Roberts looks at the top-level developments in November’s Budget for law firms.
Philip Hammond has delivered his first – and last – autumn statement as chancellor. What are the key points for law firms?
Remaking Law Firms: Why & How (by George Beaton and Imme Kaschner) provides a very valuable foretaste of what is to come - don’t say you weren’t warned, says Barry Wilkinson
Can LinkedIn help lawyers improve their practice in an efficient and cost effective way, or is it a time-consuming luxury? Barry Wilkinson reviews LinkedIn for Lawyers - Developing a Profile to Grow Your Practice (by Emily Miller and Kirsten Hodgson) and offers his verdict
Peter Todd, training partner at Hodge Jones & Allen LLP, explains why Clarity for Lawyers by Mark Adler and Daphne Perry, now in its 3rd edition, is a must-read for all lawyers.
Do you fully understand your clients’ needs? Are they really satisfied with your service? Daphne Thissen explains the benefits of using a consultant for client reviews
Creating ‘a great place to work’ is a key element of talent attraction and retention. Julie Harrison explains the challenges and provides a taster of her session at the LMS annual conference on 27 April
Partner Jeremy Holt discusses growing and running a law firm, according to ‘conventional wisdom’.
Chetna Bhatt, one of the speakers at our 2019 people in practice conference , considers the link between wellbeing and the bottom line – and why a fresh perspective is needed to make a strong business case for the wellbeing agenda.
A lawyer’s career hinges on their ability to win work. Douglas McPherson suggests five alternative options for those that don’t like formal networking