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Ricksons snaps up PI team

Ricksons Solicitors has acquired a seven-strong personal injury team from the Manchester and Leeds offices of Whittles Solicitors.

What price is a good leader?

Law firms everywhere are experiencing change, which for the most part is being forced upon them by the market. Clients expect value-added services and better value for money, and, as a result, the competition just gets tougher. Peter Scott, a management consultant at Horwath Clark Whitehill, examines the role for leadership in these dangerous times where firms must quickly adapt to a changing world.

Bevan Ashford EPL on the move

National law firm Bevan Ashford EPL has concluded terms to move into a custom-built office complex to accommodate 600 staff.

Interview: the corporate structure vs. the partnership

Barnetts Solicitors has enjoyed steady growth over the past ten years and has recently enjoyed the tenth anniversary of its chief executive, Joe Whelan. When the firm decided to move to a corporate structure, however, it was a small partnership with only 25 staff members. Caroline Poynton talks to Joe Whelan about the decision to abandon the partnership model, his experience as chief executive, and the business development of the firm.

Bevan Ashford EPL on the move

National law firm Bevan Ashford EPLhas concluded terms to move into a new custom-built office complex to accommodate 600 staff following five years of growth.

Selecting employees with competence

Getting recruitment wrong can have a huge impact in terms of costs to a firm. Bettina Alderton, an occupational psychologist at Longbridge International, explains why law firms might have been getting the recruitment method wrong and examines how the interview process can be better used to predict job performance.

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