Eduardo Reyes's articles

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    Grand designs

    5 November 2018

    Architects report increasingly complex briefs for offices to house law firms. Can they deliver so that lawyers and support staff thrive in them? Eduardo Reyes reports

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    Putting a price on conveyancing

    29 October 2018

    Solicitors point out that every residential conveyancing transaction is different – so how to deal with ‘price transparency’ requirements that assume the service is commoditised?

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    Promoting the justice system

    29 October 2018

    Personal stories shared during Justice Week, as well as events, parliamentary debate and published research, will make a case for the justice system beyond the legal community.

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    Five tips for saying what you do

    8 October 2018

    You’ll never again have to worry at parties when someone asks the dreaded question, ‘What do you do then?’, thanks to Eduardo Reyes’ top small-talk gambits

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    Magic circle firm warns banks on middle management

    4 October 2018

    A decade after the financial crisis, survey suggests managers have a vested interest in problems not being identified.

  • Gerald Shamash

    Interview: Gerald Shamash

    1 October 2018

    Gerald Shamash has represented errant members of parliament, hacking victims, and butchers’ insurers over limbs lost to sharp professional blades. Eduardo Reyes  met him

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    Roundtable: house parties

    17 September 2018

    Residential property transactions are taking much longer and price transparency presents a new challenge to solicitors in a softening market.

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    One-way ticket to an uncertain destination

    10 September 2018

    Clock is ticking on Solicitors Qualifying Exam.

  • Polly Sweeney

    Education secretary loses disability test case appeal

    14 August 2018

    Equality Act regulation had been used by schools to exclude pupils with challenging behaviour.

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    Roundtable: Second to none?

    6 August 2018

    After an IRA bomb tore the heart out of Manchester in 1996, the city faced a long haul to rebuild its confidence. Now lawyers enjoying an economic resurgence claim to be giving London a run for its money.