LSN's Legal Practice Management conference was a great success, with over 110 practice managers and directors, operations directors and heads of finance from small to medium-sized law firms meeting on 19 May 2014 to share challenges and solutions at the Royal College of Surgeons in London.
March 10th 2014 stood as LSN's first London Networking Event of the year, and once again The Anthologist bar in central London was descended on by those working in legal – to network and catch up with old faces.
It's been a busy few weeks for the LSN team, with the last few months being taken up by hosting networking events up and down the country. Last week was no different, as both Birmingham and Leeds received a bit of LSN lovin' on 18 and 19 March respectively.
On Monday 10 March, we hosted our first London Networking Event of the year! We're pleased to say it was another great event, with over 300 of you joining us at The Anthologist Bar in central London.
Networking was the name of the game on Monday, and we saw many of you utilising the 'Networking Zones' to create new connections – whilst also catching up with familiar faces over drinks and nibbles.
Legal Support Network put tyre to tarmac (and wheel to rail) to join a very sunny Bristol for a lunch time of networking, nibbles, drinks, cupcakes, balloons and a magazine launch!
Over 79 people joined us from 19 local law firms at the Pitcher and Piano near Bristol’s lovely harbour side on Tuesday 18 February 2014.
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The video from our 21st London Networking Event is now live! Held in the City of London at the Anthologist bar on 11 November 2013. It was a great event, with 343 of you braving the wind and the rain to network with your peers within legal and celebrate the landmark achievement of 21 London Networking Events!
Were you there?
Last week Monday we reached the landmark of 21 London Networking Events, it was a fantastic evening filled with legal mingling, cake, party hats and more cake.
Legal academics had teamed up with an online directory of lawyers in an attempt to develop internet software that will harness research findings on how people choose a lawyer in order to match consumers with the right lawyer.
The web directory, AccessSolicitor.com, which went live in August and says it is the UK’s largest with details of 13,000 lawyers, has built strong links with the University of Westminster law school. Since the summer it has given a number of students paid work experience.