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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
Data theft is big business. Tim Jackson examines the growing trend and suggests some measures small firms can put in place to reduce their risk.
Sally Azarmi began training for the London Marathon last year, despite never having run competitively before, and having a painful condition in one leg. And the training taught her more about running her law firm than she ever could have expected
The free event will be aimed primarily at solicitors who are looking to apply for the DDJ(MC) competition launching in June/July.
Are you toying with the idea of starting your own small law firm? This free Small Firms Division / Family Section networking event will feature presentations from small firm entrepreneurs to give you practical support and guidance to help you take that first step
In April 2015 the SRA announced that it would implement a new approach to continuing competence. The new approach will be implemented for all solicitors from 1 November 2016.
This webinar has been designed particularly for solicitors working in small law firms and will highlight the problems with using unsecured email, free cloud systems like Dropbox, Google Docs, Google Drive etc and sets out the requirements for law firm IT systems that managers need to be requesting from their IT suppliers.
Join this webinar to gain practical guidance to increase productivity, and in turn increase revenue potential.
In one of the four webinars inclusive in 2015 Law Management Section membership, Nigel Haddon examines pricing following the Legal Services Act
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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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Antitrust watchdogs are barking up the wrong tree this time.
Fund is one of several ideas advanced by the SRA to continue reform of professional indemnity insurance.
Chief executive Paul Philip said the SRA has now reassessed the data and will contact firms next week.
Warm words are great, but it will take time to win round solicitors.
Regulator admits some small firms and sole practitioners believe it does not understand their business.