LEAP software keeps law firms working remotely

Ben Aslet, LEAP UK Marketing Manager, explains how law firms using LEAP’s cloud-based practice management solution are successfully adapting to remote working and how it’s as near as can be business as normal for law firms using LEAP. He said LEAP have talked to several law firms using the software to find out how they are managing with life away from the office.

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Registry of deeds reopens for access to pre-1970 property records

The Property Registration Authority (PRA) has announced the reopening of the registry of deeds for access to pre-1970 records.

Published 10 August 2020

Eric Brouwer: Crypto market remains challenging in Ireland

Eric Brouwer, trainee solicitor at LK Shields LLP, comments on the state of the Irish crypto market.

Published 10 August 2020

Proposals to reform trade union laws out to consultation

Proposals to reform trade union legislation in Northern Ireland for the first time since devolution have gone out to consultation.

Published 10 August 2020

Tughans survey shows surveyors expect decline in work over next 12 months

Northern Ireland surveyors expect their workload to continue to decline in the next 12 months, according to a survey conducted by RICS and law firm Tughans.

Published 10 August 2020

England: Downing Street to set rape prosecution targets

Downing Street is planning to set prosecution targets in rape cases for police and lawyers, according to reports.

Published 10 August 2020

Plan to deploy Navy to intercept asylum seekers labelled 'unlawful'

Amnesty International has warned that plans to deploy the Navy to prevent asylum seekers crossing the English Channel would be "unlawful, reckless and dangerous".

Published 10 August 2020

And finally... upgrade

Government officials and politicians in Ukraine have reportedly been encouraged to pre-book "VIP cells" in the event of their arrest.

Published 10 August 2020

Garda response to domestic abuse 'best it has ever been'

An Garda Síochána's response to domestic abuse during the COVID-19 crisis is "the best it has ever been in Ireland", a new report suggests.

Published 7 August 2020

Naomi Long backs call for PPE contracts to be published

Justice Minister Naomi Long has backed calls for the UK government to publish three controversial contracts struck with three companies for PPE at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Published 7 August 2020

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