In what will be a year of significant change, looking at legal tech through a quadrant model can help firms focus on new developments that will help their business strategy.
Adversarial justice is founded upon representation and a properly functioning court system that can accommodate robust procedure. But is ‘reform’ pushing our jurisdiction into ‘inquisitorial’ territory? Eduardo Reyes reports from the latest Gazette roundtable
This week’s law reports include claims proceedings under the Fatal Accidents Act 1976, after the death of an entrepreneur in an accident involving an ambulance, for which the defendants conceded liability.
Solicitors are often the bearer of bad news to their clients, but there are ways to deliver this information without damaging your relationship. Katharine Freeland reports.
There is little wrong with the 30-year-old Children Act, lawyers tell Marialuisa Taddia. But years of austerity too often compromise the legal process, challenging the ability of courts and social services to prioritise the interests of the vulnerable.
A relationship manager’s diary encompasses a plethora of activities designed to place members at the heart of everything that the Law Society does
Can new gateways to a legal career mitigate the eye-watering cost of qualification and boost diversity? Grania Langdon-Down reports
Communication is key to concluding a transaction successfully.
Decisions filed recently with the Law Society (which may be subject to appeal).
István Lám, CEO and founder of Tresorit, explains how law firms can avoid the most common type of data breaches resulting from human error.
The majority of title insurance policies are geared towards protecting property owners. Here we look at cover that is aimed at protecting the interests of tenants.
Simon Hewitt of First Title Insurance plc looks at the idea of a fundamental shift in approach offered by Shaun Spiers, executive director of the Green Alliance.
Robert Kelly of Stewart Title looks at ways in which developers can deal with potential rights of light claims.
In an increasingly automated world, Alastair Hazell of Hampden & Co describes how private banking can offer the benefits of a more personal service to both legal professionals and their clients.