LPM magazine, July 2015 – Under pressure?
Firms are adapting to new competition – but there's still plenty to rattle their cages. This month we find out whether firms are responding – and how – in our summer edition.
What's in this month's issue?
Feature: How can traditional firms respond to new entrants? We find out, with comment from Goodman Derrick, Wrigleys, IBB Solicitors, Cordell & Cordell, and Metamorph Law.
Practice Makes Perfect: We talk to Sarah Goulbourne, co-founder of Gunnercooke, about her experiences starting up a new firm with a new model.
The columnists: Barry Davies of Douglas-Jones Mercer, questions the relevance of legal directories, while Stepien Lake's Richard Hill gives us the prognosis for the property market post-election. Plus, Doug Hargrove of Advanced Legal on timing change at your business; Joanna Swash of Moneypenny on creating a winning workplace; Janine Parker of Paragon Brokers on the insurance challenges of HR at legal practices; and Natasha Rawley of ADDS on when to change your information management processes.
Book review: Is there a secret to what makes an exceptional business? Rob Collington of Asons Solicitors reviews The Three Rules.
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