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The Absent Father

The DRAMA – that’s why family lawyers enjoy their job (sometimes). Nobody walks into our office/ facebook page and tells their story...

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Wonderdad! Shared care and children

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Prenuptial agreements - why risk your assets?

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UK legal sector grows by 8% to hit £30bn in 2014

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Robot legal staff

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Are Robots the Lawyers of the Future ?

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Smaller law firms punching above their weight

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Passle receives coverage in Legal Futures

Legal Futures shares our research into the content marketing habits of law firms in 2014.

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Small claims could be heard in new online court

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Online Dispute Resolution moves closer

ODR will create the new generation of online law and lawyers

ODR is not science fiction,” it states. “Each year on eBay around 60 million disagreements amongst traders are resolved through ODR. This...…

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How did that happen?

This is one of those cases where it would really help to have the actual judgment that was handed down by the judge. If you read the...

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CFPB regulating payday lending

The New Republic discuses the CFPB's role in regulating payday lending. The article illustrates the problems with payday lending and...

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A different lawyering landscape

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Lawyers must know how to use technology...so why are some so resistant?

Research released yesterday by Managing Partner magazine revealed that more than half of 144 law firms questioned believe technology...

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Access to Justice or the lack of it perhaps is proving to be a increasing barrier

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Cornerstone Barristers provide national training on Part 1 of the Care Act 2014

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Looking towards the puck

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Getting under the skin of process

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Legal business isn't just about technology and process

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Supreme Court to rule whether ‘no win, no fee’ regime breached right to fair trial

exorbitant” legal fees run up by lawyers over more than a decade under the “no win no fee” costs regime are in breach of human rights.

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Legal Aid cuts in NI - Lawyers to withdraw services

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GC Excellence Report highlights what in-house lawyers want

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Don't pay lip service to social media

can’t see any reason why the legal profession should be different from the rest of the world in relation to social media. Most firms and...…

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Lord Mayor of London praises UK legal industry in advance of Global Law Summit

Writing in City AM today, Alan Yarrow the Lord Mayor of London, celebrates the British legal system.

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How Social Media is Being Used by Law Firms

An interesting article outlining the ways in which modern law firms can harness the potential of social media.

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Dehumanising lawyers by measuring utilisation

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The FT profiles how Watchdogs are homing in on FinTech

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ONLINE LEGAL SERVICES

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Improving access to justice

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Watchdogs home in on financial technology

Regulators from the International Organization of Securities Commissions convene in Seoul this month, the disruptive impact of...

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Acritas' 2015 US law firm brand index

Congratulations to Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom for retaining the number one position on Acritas' 2015 US law firm brand index.

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Protect gifts and loans from family members

This case is another example of a family member paying money to another and the issues this can create later down the line, for...

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