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Legal Services Act: What it Means for Legal and Information Professionals

  • Amanda McKenzie

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Amanda McKenzie from Olswangs presented a paper at the BIALL Annual Conference 2010 on the potential impact of the reforms contained in the Legal Services Act 2007.

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3 The Approved Regulators are: The Law Society (which will act through its independent regulatory body The Solicitors Regulatory Authority), The Bar Council, The Master of Faculties, The Institute of Legal Executives, The Council for Licensed Conveyancers, The Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys, The Institute of Trade Marks Attorneys, The Association of Law Costs Draftsmen

8 June 3 2010, Irwin Mitchell becomes LDP, Birmingham Post

9 June 17 2010, Mills & Reeve adds barrister to partnership in LDP switch, Legal Week

10 Claire Ruckin, June 24 2010, Regulation difficulties force Bird & Bird to drop LDP plans, Legal Week

11 Claire Ruckin, June 17 2010, US Kobre & Kim converts London arm to LDP status, Legal Week

12 Jane Croft, Michael Peel and Martin Arnold, September 22 2010, The legal sector's own Big Bang, The Financial Times

13 Claire Ruckin June 17 2010, Business Secretary's review not delaying LSA says MoJ, Legal Week

14 Friederike Heine September 22 2010 Justice Minister Djanogly stresses commitment to ABS implementation schedule, Legal Week

16 Jane Croft, Michael Peel and Martin Arnold, September 22 2010, The legal sector's own Big Bang, The Financial Times

17 Jonathan Ames, August 19 2010, Europe will block financing of law firms, The Times

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