Features

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    SDT: ​Lesley Dee Layton

    30 October 2017

    Layton was struck off and ordered to pay costs of £13,920.

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    Avocado and toast on the menu

    23 October 2017

    The buzz around new combinations of familiar products can drive revenue and help law firms and clients work smarter.

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    Out of the loop

    23 October 2017

    Access to justice has become inversely proportional to the need for representation. How realistic is it to hope for meaningful reform?

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    Electric reams

    16 October 2017

    Litigators remain reluctant to move away from standard disclosure, despite Jackson LJ’s best efforts. Could technology be a panacea in the battle to control costs?

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    How to: Close a law firm

    9 October 2017

    Last year 367 firms shut up shop – what’s the best way to close? Eduardo Reyes reports

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    Azerbaijan: Baku to the future

    9 October 2017

    Azerbaijan is attempting to diversify and attract foreign investors amid a financial crisis. Lawyers in the former Soviet republic are already exploiting new advisory opportunities, reports Marialuisa Taddia

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    Small fortunes

    2 October 2017

    Generating leads, preventing cyber-attacks and a bear dancing the Moonwalk all featured at the Small Firms Division’s annual conference.

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    Wellbeing: Mind your business

    2 October 2017

    Mental health and wellbeing at work are rising up the agenda of legal employers.

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    Education and training: Testing times

    25 September 2017

    With three years to go until implementation of the new ‘super-exam’, concerns remain about what this controversial revamp will mean for the profession.

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    Seeing the wood for the trees

    18 September 2017

    In legal IT, ‘disruption’ is morphing into the new normal. Solicitors must also keep an eye on the basics.