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Residential Conveyancing Fee Earner

My client is an independent business led by conveyancing specialists who have a vast experience in the marketplace. They are an award-winning business and recognised as a major national conveyancing firm in both Estate Agency and Financial Services sectors As a Fee Earner, you will be responsible for a caseload of residential conveyancing files from […]

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Commercial Property Solicitor needed for a renowned Law Firm based in Bristol.

My client a leading law firm in Bristol is currently looking to recruit an experienced Commercial Property Solicitor. The Firm can offer flexibility with a fantastic working environment with a superb quality of complex work.  The successful Legal Professional  will have a minimum of 3 years PQE and the role is as follows: Responsibilities: All […]

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An opportunity for you in the North East – Dispute Resolution Solicitor!

My client is an award-winning law with offices through the North of England and Scotland, they are specialist lawyers and act on behalf of thousands of Private and Commercial Clients.  We are assisting in the appointment of a Solicitor within the Dispute Resolution team. You will be working with the firms’ impressive client portfolio of […]

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The Challenges and Opportunities Facing Legal firms in 2018

After 2017’s climate of uncertainty, largely triggered by Brexit, UK law firms are understandably cautious going forward. However, on the whole, they are demonstrating their robustness by expressing a desire to continue with business as usual. In fact, our latest white paper, The Challenges and Opportunities Facing Legal firms in 2018, reveals that a significant […]

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We’re At LegalEX!

We are delighted to partner with Legalex 2018 and would like to offer you complimentary tickets to come to the show, which is the UK’s leading event for professional development and business growth in the legal sector and will be running March 21st and 22nd at ExCeL in London alongside Legal Cyber Security Expo for […]

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Money Laundering: A passport is not enough

Jonathon Bray on why it’s important to reassess your client inception procedures in light of the new Money Laundering Regulations There is a huge problem with Anti Money Laundering regulation. The penalties, as we know, are incredibly serious. Yet very few people know exactly what their obligations are. WHAT’S GOING WRONG? We very often come […]

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Get Data Protection Right…

The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) on 25th May will change how lawyers store and use personal information not only on behalf of their clients, but also employees.   Under the new regulations law firms will need to address broadly similar issues faced by other organisations when seeking to comply with the […]

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Planning for the (unknown) unknowns

By Matt Hodges-Long ‘What’s the worst that could happen?’ is so often asked in risk planning and risk management. And while it’s a perfectly reasonable question, it can set imaginations running, with apocalyptic scenes, terrorist attacks and debilitating disasters around every corner. In reality, disaster planning is one of the smaller elements of risk management. […]

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Merging into new profit centres

There are 2 major motivations for firms considering merger for growth. Consolidating their current location, or merging into a new profit centre. There is a lot to be said for consolidating, but property is always the key driver here. One or both firms will need to be able to exit their leases within the next […]

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Legal Software Suppliers and Sunsetting of Products

Purchasing a Legal Software product is not something that firms do very often. The research involved, the time taken and the pressure of choosing the right system can seem like a daunting task. The Legal Software market is currently in the midst of a period of significant change and consolidation, with many providers being taken […]

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