Category Archives: legal services act

Epoq Chairman Presenting at Law Society Legal Aid Conference 2013

Our Chairman, Richard Cohen will be presenting at the Law Society’s Legal Aid Conference on 14th March 2013. Presenting during the open plenary session entitled: Responding to the changing world, is technology the answer? Richard will be explaining how law firms can unbundle their services through cloud computing and the benefits this can bring to […]

Some thoughts on lawyers, clients, the Internet and the future.

A guest blog by Jon Busby first published on his blog Legal Two. “Above all, we need to build up our provision on a clean slate – and from the bottom up. We should not begin with the lawyer: we should begin with the person who has a problem.” Roger Smith Roger Smith’s powerful lecture […]

Brave New Worlds: new thinking in legal services revisited

Back in January this year, Epoq issued a report on a major study which looked at the differing approaches to the delivery of legal services by the new entrants to the legal market as compared to existing law firms.  Brave New Worlds – New Thinking in Legal Services focused on innovation in the delivery of […]

Fixed fees more important to clients than brand names, says major research

Clients view fixed fees and online access to the progress of their case – but not brand names – as key elements of legal services they would buy, according to unique new research. It also revealed that law firms see other practices closing as a result of alternative business structures and legal aid cuts as […]