things to consider when choosing a lawyer

5 Things To Consider When Choosing A Lawyer

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Here’s A Transcript Of The Video: 5 Things To Consider When Choosing A Lawyer. Hello, Andrew Weaver here at LawyerFair bite-sized videos. Today we’re going to look at 5 things to consider when choosing a lawyer. Whether you’re a first-time buyer of legal services, or you’ve got a retained firm, we’re hoping one or all of these points will drive …

Hiring A Lawyer When Caught Drinking & Driving

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According to statistics, around 100,000 drunk driving tests each year in the UK come back positive out of 500,000 breath tests conducted. This demonstrates that despite the awareness and education we have on this subject, that it’s still a big problem in our society.   If you are one of these statistics, then you may think that now that you’ve …

7 Secret Things About Being an In-House Lawyer

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In-house lawyers are in the beamlight, now more needed and sought after than ever before.  From 2000-2012 in the UK, the number of in-house solicitors doubled – reaching 25,600 and increasing to 18% of the total solicitor population, as we’ve mentioned in our recent article explaining why in-house lawyers are such a hot item at the moment. If that’s a …

Why In-House Lawyers Are The Hot Item

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A report published by the SRA (Solicitors Regulation Authority) in February 2014 confirmed what has already become apparent in business circles a while back: In-house legal counsel is growing more popular, both among companies that hire lawyers and put them on the payroll, as well as legal professionals who seek business companies as a place for work. So much so, …

The Future? Artificially Intelligent Lawyers

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The world’s first artificially intelligent lawyer called ROSS was unveiled this year and hired by a law firm called Baker & Hostetler. ROSS was developed by IBM using a technology that involves natural language processing and cognitive computing technology to give lawyers evidence-based answers to their questions.   Lawyers can ask the software program questions and it will search through …