Founder and managing director of Didlaw Ltd, senior solicitor Karen Jackson discusses the advantages being a smaller firm brings.
The Law Society’s Practice Advice Service can give you a helping hand. Its team of solicitors advises on practice and procedure on various subjects, including anti-money laundering.
Charles Hawtin, client service manager at Chancery Pii, reviews the SRA claims data findings and asks whether the data proves PII premiums are too high.
Showcasing their new book Driving Success for Your Law Firm , Eddie Ross, experienced business leader and recent CEO of Quality Solicitors and Sally Holdway, qualified solicitor and previous head of innovation for Quality Solicitors, give a preview of a plan which high street law firms can adopt.
The biggest news on the tax front is the planned consultation on the tax differences between the employed and self employed, writes Steve Roberts, Tax Director, Armstrong Watson.
Justin Rourke, Financial Planning Consultant at Armstrong Watson, sets out the Auto enrolment responsibilities which now fall upon smaller firms regardless of the legal structure of the business.
Sally Azarmi, director of Azarmi & Co and chair of the Law Society’s Small Firms Committee, recommends keeping close track of business expenses
Jon Whittle shares insights on the problems facing small firms today
Paul Bennett endorses the ‘art of the telephone call’
Jon Whittle reveals how small firms are viewing future business prospects
Marcus Hayes, managing director of Mason Hayes, tells us how he runs his niche practice as a competitive business.
Having set up and expanded her sole practice, Melanie Craig, principal of Craig solicitors, says providing outstanding client care is the key to success.
A Q and A with Sally Azarmi, new chair of the small firms committee, reveals exciting plans for 2016 as she sets out her priorities and introduces the small firms division engagement programme.