Practice Management

Join David and Dorigen as they explore how to answer those "How Do I?" questions by providing your staff and training teams with a 'real-time' solution.

Learn about iTrain Ali, the powerful assistant that proactively engages with teams to reinforce learning, build on knowledge and communicate change.

During the webinar:

• The Nikec and iTrain Legal partnership
• The current challenges firms encounter with training
• Demonstration of iTrain Ali led by Dorigen Skyes
• Q&A

Jess Carey Posted By Jess Carey
from Burlington Media

Residential property professionals across the breadth of the chain are feeling the pressure of increased volumes brought on by the Stamp Duty holiday. Yet, according to the latest tm:tv panel debate ‘Is the property market faking it?’, buyers and sellers could help reduce the pressure by taking proactive steps to manage their transaction. Hosted by Emma Vigus, Managing Director of mio, this sentiment was echoed throughout the tm:tv session by estate agent, conveyancing, surveying and mortgage broker representatives.

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Hear from Simon McCrum, author of The Perfect Legal Business, about how measuring the right things, at the right time, provides a platform for sustainable law firm growth.

Graham Moore, founder of Katchr, will be interviewing Simon to take a deep dive into his experiences, successes, mistakes and conclusions and how this has led to the publication of the already acclaimed law firm management book of the year.

Join us on Thursday 1st October 2020 and receive a FREE copy of Simon’s book – available to the first 50 attendees to register.

Jess Carey Posted By Jess Carey
from Burlington Media

There are many reasons as to why your firm should explore integrating a payment portal to its website and as web integrations are becoming a huge trend it’s not too late for your website to be providing more than just a visual shop window that displays service offerings. Now more than ever, clients want to be able to interact remotely with many things in life and providing your client’s with a speedy, convenient and secure option to pay their fees will ensure your firm gains a competitive edge as well as a greater level of assurance for the future.

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Jess Carey Posted By Jess Carey
from Burlington Media

A guide for Practice Managers tasked with pulling together a short-list.

If you’re reading this then you won’t need telling about the winds of change blowing through the legal landscape. It’s a familiar tale. Everyone it seems is expecting twice as much to be done, in half the time for no more money! The rising expectations of clients, the requirements of the regulators and the growth of ‘volume’ providers are akin to a perfect storm affecting many firms’ financial performance.

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A recent tm:tv session has highlighted that the property industry still has a long way to go before it can be considered truly diverse. Hosted by mio’s Emma Vigus, the panel representing estate agents, surveyors and conveyancers shared their experiences of how the industry is failing to offer opportunities to ethnic minorities, as well as those identifying as disabled or members of the LBGTQ+ community.

A recent tm:tv session has highlighted that the property industry still has a long way to go before it can be considered truly diverse. Hosted by mio’s Emma Vigus, the panel representing estate agents, surveyors and conveyancers shared their experiences of how the industry is failing to offer opportunities to ethnic minorities, as well as those identifying as disabled or members of the LBGTQ+ community.

Customer panel and Q&A on the impacts of Covid and how it will shape the future of legal. Industry experts will give you their view on key trends in the market and the opportunities that exist in 2020 and beyond.

Speakers: James Barron, Head of IT Co-op Legal Services and Alisa Willows, Managing Partner, Wolferstans Solicitors

Dawn Wilson has been a member of Creighton and Partners for 20 years. The firm, which specialises in family law with an emphasis on children’s cases, has been slowly eliminating paperwork from its processes starting in around 2017.  At this time, not only was paper a major cost centre for the firm, but also paper storage was itself becoming an issue.

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Jess Carey Posted By Jess Carey
from Burlington Media

Today’s conveyancing market is experiencing unprecedented times. Lockdown, Brexit, seasonal holidays and the current cut in stamp duty are factors having a major impact, both positively and negatively, on the profession.

Following the catastrophic stall in house sales caused by the pandemic, the last couple of months have been amongst the busiest for ten years.

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