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14 August 2013


Law Society Publishing


9781907698835


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297 x 210mm
176 pages

The Legal Services Industry
Part 3 - Key Markets

The Law Society

Overview

This report, the third in the series, has been produced by a Law Society project team assessing the size, shape and nature of the legal services market, along with an analysis of drivers of change likely to influence the market of the future. It provides an assessment of 12 key areas of work, covering ADR, commercial property, corporate, crime, employment, family, intellectual property, legal aid, personal injury, probate and administration, residential conveyancing and wills and trusts. The areas were selected by contribution to total turnover generated by solicitor/SRA-regulated entities.

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