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Are firms taking the time to improve their financial management strategies?

Cash me if you can


Briefing is the only law firm business management publication focused exclusively on the work of strategic operational and business services professionals at top UK law firms. Published 10 times a year, with annual and other topic-specific reports, every issue includes ‘long-read’ articles about changing management challenges and developments, in-depth business leader and team interviews, market commentary from leading international and national law firms, and practical case studies on management changes and technology implementations. And then some.

Our annual Legal IT Landscapes report is also the most comprehensive survey of how UK law firm technology priorities and attitudes change from year to year. Contact the team today to receive your FREE e-edition every month.


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May 2019

Power is learned

Where do law firms find machine learning has most potential to transform?

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April 2019

Stick with it

Are the latest advances in collaboration as attractive as law firms think?

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March 2019

Take on the system

Do law firms have a new breed of business technology within their grasp?

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February 2019

Where next for knowledge?

Legal knowledge management is looking for several new places to call home

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December 2018

Better innovate

Law firms let us colour in their top transformation projects of 2018

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November 2018

Leadership shapes

Why law firm leaders need their own continuous learning


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LITL 2019 security special

From client audits to chief information security officers, law firms explain what’s on the agenda for managing the risk of cyberattack.
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Smarter resourcing

We hear how rethinking work allocation can have huge impacts on your firm, along with looking outside of London to optimise resources and rethinking how administrative services are delivered.