Sustainable legal education, just in time

With not-for-profit legal advice providers pressed to deliver efficiencies, one charity is driving a collaborative effort in pursuit of securing legal help where it is most needed. Matthew Smerdon, Legal Education Foundation CEO, talks exclusively to Matthew Rogers

Sandboxes and drones

The SRA must demonstrate that it, too, can be innovative in how it supports firms keen to explore new solutions

Don’t believe the AI hype

Martyn Wells separates the facts from the science fiction when it comes to the role of artificial technology in the legal sector

There’s still life in the PI sector

Despite government reforms waiting to strike, Ed Fletcher is confident his firm can ride out the approaching storm thanks to its niche specialities, investment in technology, and a passion for helping the seriously injured, writes John van der Luit-Drummond

Small firms are ‘go’

Away from the BigLaw tech noise, SME law firms are quietly getting on with innovation

Throw away your keyboards

Speech recognition is now a reliable and productive technology that can enhance client service, explains Martyn Wells

New boss, same vision

Founded to fight injustice, Hodge Jones & Allen has new leadership, but the firm’s values remain the same