Opinion – Page 8

  • Rachel rothwell
    Opinion

    My own Co-op experience

    2013-09-02T14:16:00Z

    Telephone marketing can be very effective – but only if the service offered isn’t too superficial.

  • Rachel rothwell
    Opinion

    A new way into the law

    2013-08-20T17:50:00Z

    Rachel Rothwell says a new apprenticeship scheme is a welcome alternative to conventional routes into the law – and students will know exactly what they are getting.

  • Rachel rothwell
    Opinion

    Cracking the whip on costs

    2013-08-13T11:35:00Z

    Judges have been instructed to take a tough line on costs budgeting rules.

  • Rachel Rothwell
    Opinion

    Business booming in insolvency funding

    2013-07-29T00:00:00Z

    With most areas of civil litigation beginning to feel the effects of the Jackson reforms, there was some interesting news this week from the insolvency quarter

  • Rachel Rothwell
    Opinion

    Lawyers need to think tactically on costs

    22 July 2013

    A few months in to the new costs budgeting regime, many litigators have already had to knuckle down and complete Precedent H

  • Rachel rothwell
    Opinion

    Tactics emerge in costs budgeting

    15 July 2013

    Some interesting points emerged in relation to costs budgeting at IBC Legal’s Impact of Jackson conference last week. By now, many litigators will have had to knuckle down and complete Precedent H – the form through which they must provide the opposing party with an estimate of their costs in ...

  • Rachel Rothwell
    Opinion

    Private client: a good place to be

    08 July 2013

    There was a very positive mood at the Private Client Section’s annual conference on Friday.