Put yourself in the shoes of your client for a moment - thinking of having a Will can be a tough reality for most to face, taking the steps to create that Will can be daunting and finding the right law firm to handle such a sensitive matter can feel impossible.
With what feels like the 10th lockdown in the past year, the same old challenges have arisen. How can your firm work from home efficiently, how can your firm go paperless to enable home working and how do you ensure compliance and security while everyone is at home?
In today’s world consumers are pretty much accessing everything online, which is why it is so important to ensure your firms online presence is better than your competitors and matches consumer expectations.
Software supplier takeovers are nothing new. In the legal sector, they have been happening for years and although they levelled off for a period, they have ramped up in volume recently, as documented in legal news headlines.
This blog is based on our '15-Step Guide to Starting Your Own Law Firm’ webinar from 12 November 2020. To download the free e-Book we shared with listeners, please visit www.quill.co.uk/Legalpracticemanagementforstartups.
Many budding lawyers will tell you that starting your own law firm is not for the faint-hearted. Here are 10 compliance mistakes we most commonly see new start-ups make and how you can avoid making them:
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