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We are a specialist legal communications consultancy. Whether you are a law firm looking to grow your business, a litigator with a client looking to mitigate potential threats, or a high-profile figure with a reputation under assault, we understand that the pressure is on. And, with insight informed by years of experience, we’re here to help. Our founders have over 35 years’ experience of working with law firm clients, advising them on how to develop compelling communications and marketing strategies that help drive their business development and raise the profile of their brand.

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Don't judge, do something about it!

Few would disagree with the following statement: a strong, independent judiciary is integral to a well-governed, democratic country. 

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Your work might be killing you

A study has found that being unable to switch off from work when at home is linked to heart disease. The study's authors pointed to the...

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Law takes another step into the technological age

In the world that we live in today, technology cannot be avoided. This is a fact. The launch of the Legal Innovation Centre, an academic...

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Aviva says 'promote women or else'

The insurer Aviva has threatened to terminate contracts with suppliers who do not promote women to senior roles.

Aviva's HR manager issued...

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Article 50 Bill makes its way to the House of Lords

The Article 50 Bill will be debated by the House of Lords today. There is a convention that the Lords allow government legislation...

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'I, Electronic Person': will robots have rights?

Who (or what) is an 'electronic person'? We may know sooner than expected.

According to a resolution passed in the European Parliament,...

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IT firms demand diversity from their lawyers

The Law Society Gazette reports that HP has issued a ‘diversity holdback’ mandate to ensure that the external legal advice it receives is...

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A robot couldn’t make this up - or could it?

This week The Sunday Times' Oliver Shah has looked into the potential impact of automation on the legal profession. 

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Short and sweet judgments?

Judges are being warned to cut to the chase. Sir Terence Etherton, Master of the Rolls, has urged brevity after a judgment of 20,000...

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It's all fun and games in the office

Following the likes of Google, a growing number of companies are looking to create quirky offices by installing pool and table tennis...

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Increase in litigation funding investment

A compelling piece of research by RPC into the growing litigation funding market in the UK. RPC notes that the Jackson reforms, which...

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UK law firms set their sights on the US

Norton Rose Fulbright appears to be the latest UK firm considering a merger with a New York heavyweight. There have been reports that the...

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Brexit and reverse mergers

A compelling article by the Law Society Gazette regarding a reverse cross-border merger and its significance post-Brexit.  The article...

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