Practice management

We've gathered our top articles from PS magazine on management in private client practice. With articles on everything from setting prices, to complaints handling, our collection will help you ensure your firm or practice area runs efficiently and effectively for your people and clients

Private Client - Practice Management Collection

Head with cogs inside it

Intelligent life


Joanna Goodman investigates the growth of AI in private client work, how it’s being used, and the benefits it can bring to your practice


Rules of engagement


Fiona du Feu talks to practitioners Clare King of Clarion Solicitors and Rachel Roche of Roche Legal about how they have managed the ethical challenges around client care during the pandemic


Safe from harm

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Sophie O’Connell explores some of the ways deputies and attorneys can protect clients from financial fraud. Rick Kent then provides practical tips and advice on how your firm can protect itself and its clients from cybercrime


Keeping close


How can you ensure that your trainees learn relevant skills, now that working from home has largely replaced previously office-based activities? Fiona du Feu explains how you can overcome the practical difficulties as much as you can


Keeping tabs


We are all familiar with the concept of supervision, but with working from home now the norm, how should law firms adapt their procedures to address this? Fiona du Feu provides a checklist of the areas you need to focus on

Kate Mahon

This year’s model


Kate Mahon discusses changing her business model from sole practitioner to alternative business structure. Why exactly did she do it, and what lessons can others learn from her experience?

Dr Zara Whysall

Impaired vision


Unconscious bias in a business can impair good decision-making. Dr Zara Whysall looks at its impact on decisions about appointing and promoting leaders, and how law firms can minimise unconscious biases

Richard Burnham

Young voices


There have been a number of controversial recent cases at the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal involving junior lawyers pressured into making unethical decisions. Richard Burnham looks at how law firms can create an ethical culture and support millennials in making ethical decisions

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