Lockdown diary part two: Coming together
Andrew King talks about his involvement in one of the country’s first virtual trials, and how lockdown has fostered a sense of togetherness.
In the first of a special three-part series about running a small law firm during lockdown, Andrew King, solicitor and director at Lennons Solicitors, talks about some of the lessons he’s learned over the past few months. Plus, two Small Firms Division committee members share their thoughts and experiences.
David Gordon explains how Lloyds Bank’s Bounce Back Loan Scheme for businesses has kept his firm afloat during this financially tumultuous time.
This Q&A with Alexis Alexander, General Counsel at Liberis explores the changes in legal teams over the last few years, how strategic legal leaders can build valuable relationships within their organisations to become key business advocates and what type of talent do innovative legal leaders look for?
Nicholas Woolf outlines the five issues small firms should consider when addressing the global crisis.