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We commission exclusive articles designed to support small law firms and sole practices, and showcase the experiences and expertise of these businesses and the people who work in them
Networking with clients and colleagues at informal events is a serious business - especially during the festive season.
Bernadette Bennett, legal commercial manager at Moneypenny, provides some tips to improve your firm’s call handling.
Sally Azarmi, director of Azarmi & Co and chair of the Law Society’s Small Firms Committee, recommends keeping close track of business expenses
John Whittle shares insights on the problems facing small firms today
Paul Bennett endorses the ‘art of the telephone call’
John Whittle reveals how small firms are viewing future business prospects
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Come to this training and learn about how to improve your networking with LinkedIn.
This practical workshop will help you gain control of the new continuing competence regime and give you confidence in meeting and demonstrating your regulatory obligations.
We give you exclusive free access to case law and legislation updates, regulatory developments and news in a range of practice areas, through our monthly updates provided by Westlaw UK
These flagship conferences in London and Leeds champion the interests of small firms and sole practitioners. The events comprise a half-day of small firms-focused conference sessions, practical tips and networking opportunities.
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Numbers appear to be going down, but representatives say new research is selective and misleading.
Practices insured by unrated outfit Enterprise have less than three weeks to find alternative indemnity cover.