#hackIT4justice: Legal ‘Hackathon’ will be hosted in Scotland

June 14, 2016 Law

With advances in disruptive technologies and innovations and a continual seismic shift in the delivery of legal services, we’re now seeing the first legal ‘hackathon’ coming to Scotland. Organised by Legal Hackers Scotland and The Law Society of Scotland, and as publicised on the Law Society’s website here, the 48 hour event, running this weekend […]

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Professional Practice LinkedIn Warning & Tip for Family Lawyers – Browse Privately

September 14, 2014 Family Law

In my capacity as Operations Director at Moore Legal Technology I’ve been speaking to various family lawyers recently about all things online business. One discussion that came up recently was getting trainee/junior family law solicitors to do background research on the social media activities/profiles of partners of clients, particularly where it’s the partner of a […]

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How to make life easier for your loved ones once you’re gone

December 6, 2013 Law

Thinking about your death is not something anyone like’s to do, however it is worth considering what will happen to your property and assets after you are gone. Often, such matters are left for your loved ones to deal with, but there are things you can do before you pass on that you can make […]

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Legal skills – transferable or not ?

March 1, 2013 Law

We are pleased to welcome Evolved Legal, who have written this post on the transferability of legal skills against the backdrop of change in the legal market. The legal market is in flux and times have never been harder in living memory for many experienced and qualified lawyers, let alone the thousands of wannabe lawyers […]

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The Importance of Selecting Qualified Counsel

February 20, 2013 Law

(Guest post from a legal writer in the US with some tips for choosing counsel) Choosing counsel to provide advocacy for a criminal situation may seem as simple as opening the yellow pages and choosing from the hundreds of options, attorneys and firms available. But despite the misconception that all lawyers are eligible to practice […]

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Legal Protocol for Compensation

November 23, 2012 Law

Guest post regarding legal protocol for claiming for compensation. You can’t turn on the TV or radio without seeing adverts claiming to help you with compensation following an accident or injury at work. Newspapers are constantly reporting cases of compensation won seemingly with ease. But what is the actual protocol for this type of compensation? […]

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