Special Report on
Legal Services Act
Legal Services Act - Trends
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1. The high levels of profitability enjoyed by mid-tier firms to date will not be sustainable without a fundamental review of their business model. The panel review process and greater rigour from clients on fees will put them under increasing pressure and for some it is likely to be painful. The firms who lose out on attracting and retaining talent will fall into a vicious circle of falling reputation and profitability. 2. The culture of international law firms will change. The “head office” culture will be diminished as international operations become larger and contribute more to firms’ revenues. To a ...
The results of a recent survey of the profession show that the vast majority (over 80%) of barristers want the Bar to remain as a separate and independent legal profession, regulated by the Bar Standards Board (BSB), with 35% likely to join new business structures within 5 years if these are permitted. The Bar Standards Board (BSB) commissioned the survey from YouGov as it considers whether it should in the future begin to regulate legal businesses as well as individual barristers. The survey sought the views of barristers, clerks and practice managers about barrister only entities and new ... Read More
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LEGAL SERVICES ACT
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- Christianuncut @ronfriedmann "perhaps Legal Services Act will enable new ventures to create online legal services" you bet, expect Tesco & Virgin out front
- ronfriedmann @ChristianUncut perhaps Legal Services Act will enable new ventures to create online legal services for UK?
What the Legal Services Act means for your firm - Richard Cohen - Part One
What the Legal Services Act means for your firm - Richard Cohen - Part Two