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There is much more to being a professional property and finance deputy than the name suggests.

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Millennials have a tendency to involve themselves in long-term relationships without getting married. Much like…

Probate Modernisation: Help or Hindrance?

Concerns are mounting that a new online probate application system has led to inefficiency, error and delays - and…

Is Your B2C Marketing Plan Failing? This Could Be Why

Apart from a business plan one of the most important things that you can do as a firm is sit down and think through…

5 Reasons Why Outsourced Marketing Could Work for Your Law Firm

Working across multiple industries – from central government and charities, to legal and professional membership…

What Is a Gagging Order, How They Are Organised and What Effect Do They Have?

At the time of writing, Sir Phillip Green was all over the media with claims of a cover up as Green applied gagging…

Will Robots Ever Get Workers’ Rights?

Sounds like a ridiculous question, doesn't it? A question that sounds like it almost belongs in terminator, is…

Becoming a Barrister: The Unpredictable Nature of the Courts

For barristers, the unpredictable nature of the courts can present professional challenges, but for clients in the…

The Rise of Legal Machines: Good or Bad?

Technology is becoming increasingly incorporated in, and relied on, in day to day life. The continual connectivity…

5 Common Issues with Lead Generation Online and How to Avoid Them

Running a legal firm is already difficult without having to think about marketing, incoming leads and account…

Banks and Their Legal Obligations to Defend Against Cybercrime

Over recent years, banks and financial institutions have begun to increasingly rely on technology. With this,…

Are the EU’s New Copyright Rules Set to Break the Internet?

After two years of debate, on 27 March 2019 the European Union Parliament has finally approved the new legislation…

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