Byfield Consultancy

Legal PR - Litigation PR - Reputation Management



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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Could HMRC have to pay back £55bn of tax revenue?

Felicity Lawrence, the Guardian's Special Correspondent, reports that the UK government could be liable for compensation payments worth a...

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Why does it cost so much to train lawyers?

Tomorrow's barristers and solicitors will incur more debt in achieving their qualifications than any generation of legal professionals...

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Law firms incubate for the future

Technology, technology, technology – it is the word on everyone’s lips.

Finally law firms are starting to realise the potential of legal...

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UK legal expansion into China continues

Bristol-based law firm Osborne Clarke has announced that it has brought Shanghai-based Zhang Yu & Partners into its international...

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