Legal innovators urge peers to overcome fear of breaching regulatory rules

SRA reforms will make legal service delivery in unregulated firms ‘much easier’ in future

27 Apr 2017

Early legal innovators have urged fellow solicitors to overcome concerns over possible breaches of regulatory rules, to start thinking differently, and to explore the opportunities offered by technology.

Employment specialist Camilla Palmer QC (Hon), principal solicitor at Palmer Wade, set up Your Employment Settlement Service (YESS) in 2014 to provide affordable dispute resolution services to employees and employers.

At a time when alternative business structures were the mainstream alternative model to partnerships, YESS was set up as a not-for-profit charity. It hasn’t been the only initiat...

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