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The LAW Newsletter Spring – Armstrong Watson

Welcome to the Spring edition of The LAW, the specialist publication for the legal profession from the legal sector team at Armstrong Watson. Specialists are available from all of our 16 offices to provide pro-active support and advice to lawyers in compliance and business improvement matters. This publication is designed to allow us to share […]

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Why Networking Through Your Client Base and Contacts is Your Most Efficient Marketing

While scrolling through folers as part of our grand GDPR inspired data inferno, I found these draft e-books. Some typos, but still makes the point! Download them and enjoy:then act!

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Get Data Protection Right…

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 […]

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How Safe Is Your Business? Why Cybersecurity Equals Job Security for CEOs, CFOs and Others

How much do you worry about being hacked? How much should you worry? In 2017, cyber-attacks doubled from 2016 levels—and the insider phrase now is “It’s not if, but when, you’ll be attacked.” In fact, organizations are silently and invisibly breached every day, with the private and confidential information of consumers, customers or corporations harvested […]

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Lack of Legal talent leaves firms struggling on

New market analysis has revealed that law firms nationwide are struggling to recruit the talent they need. That’s according to recruitment agency, Clayton Legal. “We’re finding that clients across the country and in all areas of the law are having a hard time recruiting quality candidates. Firms just can’t seem to find the talent they […]

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Time Recording – A Guessing Game?

Time recording is essential to the solicitor’s business model and profitability. But it is an area that is often given little attention or is overlooked until it causes an issue with recoverability of profit costs. So what is best practice when it comes to recording your time? For most solicitors the billable hour remains, for […]

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Law Costs Draftsperson

An experienced Law Costs Draftsman in Liverpool is sought by my client, a well-established national firm. This in-house national firm is looking for a Law Costs Draftsman with 2+ years previous defendant experience dealing with RTA, Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury costs files. You must draft Bills/Schedules of Costs and Points of Replies and be a […]

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Invitation to be acknowledged for your support of access to justice at Legalex 2018

This year Legalex is partnering with LawWorks (the Solicitors Pro Bono Group) and the Bar Pro Bono Unit – two charities which enable access to justice through legal volunteering. Both charities will be promoted at Legalex to help raise awareness of their vital work and to encourage donations and are proud to be the Official Charities for Legalex 2018. […]

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More business from blending online and offline marketing

There’s still some who – like King Canute – deny that social media will have any impact on their practice. There are others who propose that social media is a panacea to cure all practice development ills. I fall into a middle camp that suggests you use social media to supplement and enhance your traditional […]

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Experienced Property Paralegal

A well Established Law firm based in Manchester are recruiting for an Experienced Property Paralegal to improve their successful Property team. You must have previous experience dealing with Residential Conveyancing to be considered for this position as you will be dealing with a full caseload of sale and purchase matters. This is an excellent career […]

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