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
The Law Society’s Practice Advice Service answers questions relating to compliance, finance and administration
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
The requirement for a register of ‘persons with significant control’ came into force on 6 April 2016. Alison Matthews explains what you need to know
Effective internal communication will reap dividends over time. Rachel Brushfield explains the role it plays in building employee engagement.
The Law Society’s Practice Advice Service can give you a helping hand. We are a team of solicitors who advise on practice and procedure on a wide variety of subjects, including anti-money laundering, conveyancing, client care and complaints handling.
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
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
Law firms have now largely woken up to the dangers of cybercrime, but even firms that have done their utmost to secure their IT systems are vulnerable to a new threat, explains Stuart Poole-Robb
Joanne Perry explains the main causes of absence and provides a taster of her session at the LMS HR forum on 16 March