Collision course: Future-proofing your personal injury business

The latest set of law reforms about to hit the personal injury market will be particularly hard on the low-value RTA sector. Rachel Rothwell considers what firms should be doing t

Online probate beta testing to be extended to solicitors this autumn

Lawyer concerned new system could be ‘abused by unscrupulou

GDPR 101

Implementing the new data protection regulation successfully must be a priority for the whole firm, not just the IT department, advises Ale

The new justice economy

Can you afford to ignore online dispute resolution? Tim Wallis is not s

Is Facebook the missing link for law firms?

The key to avoiding the social media rabbit hole of time and money is to think of each platform as a cog in a bigger machine, explains Jame

Feeling (newly) groovy

Richard Barr suggests taking a 1970s attitude to the stresses of dealing with modern-da

The many hats of sports lawyer Peter McCormick

McCormicks’ senior partner tells Matthew Rogers how modern technology has helped him combine his work at the Football Association with running his own la