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Review – New Law Journal

This book rises to meet a formidable challenge: a comprehensive analysis of regulation, professional liability and business issues for legal practices (and not just solicitors). Its obvious competitor is Cordery on Legal Services, over which, to the reviewer’s eyes at least, it has the advantage of being contained in one hardbound volume, rather than looseleaf. It is also available in electronic format and there is a website of resources and links to support it…

Review – Richard Clayton QC

A modern, accessible, clear and updated guide to the Law of Legal Services is to be warmly welcomed. …

Review – John Flood

The market for legal services has changed enormously in the last several years. Regulation, organisation, online delivery and more have altered so as to make the English legal market quite different from most others. I’m not tracing the history of these changes in this post as a large part of this blog has already done this. …

Review – The Conversation

I was proud to be a personal guest of John Gould at the launch of his new book "The Law of Legal Services" at the Royal Festival Hall. John is widely acknowledged as one of the country's leading regulatory lawyers, having acted in many cases establishing important legal precedents. He is described in the legal directories variously as "an important figure" on the regulatory scene, "very impressive", "intelligent and innovative" and having an "unsurpassed knowledge of regulatory powers". In person however, despite his formidable reputation he is an utter delight: eloquent, charming, approachable and funny, all in equal measure. …

Review –  Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers

For all branches of the legal profession: a modern, up to date guide to legal services, with an emphasis on risk management

Published recently by Jordan Publishing Limited, this is an important new work of reference on legal services aimed primarily at assisting lawyers in identifying and mitigating the legal risks they face in the practice of their profession. …

Review  - Charon QC

It is probably a measure of our times that this book is necessary. Here is pretty well all a practitioner needs to know about the law relating to his or her professional activities in delivering legal services. …