Sharp-eyed readers will almost certainly have spotted by now that there is something different about today’s issue of The Lawyer Management. In short, it’s no longer The Lawyer Management.
When it comes to the delivery of legal services there is increasingly a third way, a fact underlined by the big news this week in the alternative legal services provider market. As exclusively revealed by The Lawyer, Axiom has revealed its UK revenue for the first time, with fee income topping £30m for 2014.
Richard Susskind revealed his view of the future at the Global Law Summit this week. For many, it’s not pretty
Today’s news that turnover at LOD has risen by 500 per cent over the past four years is not only good news for the Berwin Leighton Paisner-backed flexible resource offering. It is a vindication of a model that has moved from the niche to the mainstream.
If you were still looking for a way to get your year started properly yesterday then you could have done a lot worse than attend the party to launch the Hot 100 2015. A stellar turnout saw a jamboree of lawyers from every corner of the legal market rub shoulders over a glass or two at a jam-packed Royal Exchange.
German firm Noerr has announced another strong year with turnover rising by 7 per cent to €197.2m (£145.2m) for 2014, up from €184.5m the previous year.
Morrison & Foerster has posted a 22 per cent fall in London revenue in 2014, dropping from $33.4m to $26m (£17.6m) in 2014.
Axiom has revealed its UK revenue for the first time, with fee income topping £30m for 2014.
North West insurance firm Keoghs has reported a 19 per cent drop in its net profit for the 2013/14 financial year, coupled with a 4 per cent decline in turnover.
Firm takes the US lead with a thumping 10.8% profit leap.