4 Things you should know if you want to set up your own law practice

Posted on: 13 October 2015

Even with a good education, the truth is that going to law school doesn't always guarantee you the career trajectory you have planned out: coming in as an associate in a prestigious firm and working your way up to partner. Therefore, many young lawyers are increasingly considering setting up their own law practices fresh out of law school. If you are one such lawyer, the following tips will help you build a strong practice. [Read More]

Reasons You Should Draw Up a Will

Posted on: 18 September 2015

Generally, people understand that a will is a necessary document that they should have drawn up at some point in their life. Unfortunately, though, the public assumes that they will always have time on their side and thus not make this a priority. As such, there are a significant number of people who will pass away, usually due to unexpected circumstances, and leave their loved ones fighting for the deceased's estate. [Read More]

3 Subtle Signs To Watch For When Selecting A Lawyer

Posted on: 21 August 2015

Selecting a lawyer or solicitor is a big thing because you often have to entrust them with major decisions that affect your life. However, sometimes it's the small subtle things that you need to look out for when choosing one. Below, find three tell-tale signs that show a lawyer or law firm is worth your time and money. Has helpful support staff Not many people bother to evaluate support staff in a law firm when looking to hire a lawyer. [Read More]

Grounds for Challenging Drink Driving Test Results

Posted on: 3 August 2015

Some people think that it is an open and shut case once a police officer arrests them for drink driving charges. This may not be true since a traffic lawyer can successfully challenge the tests that were used to gather evidence against you. This article discusses some of the grounds under which it may be possible to launch a successful challenge against drink driving tests: Subjectivity of Field Tests Some officers can ask a person they suspect of drink driving to get out of his or her car and then perform a variety of actions like standing on one leg or walking in a straight line. [Read More]