5 November 2018
Can mindfulness for lawyers have the power to be transformative?
Will any general counsel in the UK have the guts to replicate the tech giant’s minimum standard sanction?
Lawyers who combine hi-tech skills with foreign languages will be highly prized.
How can firms reconcile a profit-sharing model with the traditional partnership?
Are pre-court mediation intake assessment meetings increasing the number of cases we actually mediate or are they a pointless pre-court procedure?
A seven-point guide to keeping your firm on track following the shock referendum result.
Investment in mystery shopping pays dividends in terms of happier clients, but would regulators’ time be better spent on other areas?
It’s time to try something new in debates on the legal profession’s diversity.
Disabled and elderly clients could be aided by new forms of communication but practical considerations must be addressed.
Maybe the profession should club together and help give TV solicitors a voice.
Strategic marketing is like going on a January diet - it won’t work without a fundamental change in behaviour.
Repositioning a firm to win more international clients is a sensitive task.
New accounting requirements could mean law firms ultimately find it more difficult to borrow money.
How can property law be updated so that it is relevant in a world that is becoming ‘shared’?
Fewer people in the profession seem willing to climb career ladders.
The British high street is not dead – many are confident, thriving places. That must mean there’s a future for the high street solicitor.
I agree with efforts to boost inclusion in the law. But do they work for small firms?
There must be a simpler way of completing the indemnity renewal process.
Lawyers treat one financial target as holy writ. But where did it originate?
Firms that actively manage their online presence will stand a better chance of spotting malicious attacks.
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