Law firms of all sizes need to invest in innovative legal services in order to stay competitive in these uncertain times. Felicia Meyerowitz-Singh and Sebastian Knudsen explain
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.
Joe Reevy offers his personal perspective on why law firms need to keep their focus commercial and to avoid getting distracted by the next big thing.
What does your firm need to consider when expanding into international markets? Felicia Meyerowitz-Singh and Sebastian Knudsen weigh up the options.
The government today published its Good Work Plan: its vision for the future of the UK labour market. Law Society president Christina Blacklaws welcomed the announcement, saying it should help prevent workers from being underpaid, overworked or mistreated
We’ve gathered our top articles from past issues of Managing for Success to help law firm leaders to innovate in key areas. Our first collection covers people and leadership
We round up the best features and comment on practice management issues, from across the web. We do the legwork so you don't have to!
This month’s selection includes an article on why you should be reviewing your cash requirements for the year ahead.
This month’s selection of practice management features from across the web includes advice on how to innovate as a small firm.
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Solicitors are often the bearer of bad news to their clients, but there are ways to deliver this information without damaging your relationship. Katharine Freeland reports.
Exit Strategies Toolkit | By Tracey Calvert and Helen Carr
Protective measures announced as the regulator prepares to review how it handles information from people within firms.