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Vol 24 No 11 Nov/Dec 2019

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Nowaks CCPR Commentary: U.N. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights

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How to Be a Freelance Solicitor: A Practical Guide to the SRA-Regulated Freelance Solicitor Model


ISBN13: 9781912687343
To be Published: December 2019
Publisher: Law Brief Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £24.99



Freedom!

Freelance Solicitors are those truly practicing on their own, without a law firm. Solicitors have significant new freedoms under Solicitors Regulation Authority rules from November 2019 about how they may practice.

What are these opportunities? Is it the right model for you and your clients? What is the difference to being a sole practitioner? How this is radically different to the consultant model which some firms already use the term freelance to describe? In this practical guide these questions will be addressed to enable you to assess the impact of the new regime and assess the freedoms on offer. This book will help both potential freelance solicitors and law firms looking to understand the freelance solicitor model.

Subjects:
Professional Conduct and Ethics
Contents:
Part 1 – Introduction and Business Planning Matters
Chapter 1 – Introduction
Chapter 2 – Freelance Solicitors Are Sole Traders
Chapter 3 – What Is the Attraction of the Gig Economy? Cry Freedom!
Chapter 4 – Is the Freelance Solicitor Model Right for Your Clients?
Chapter 5 – The Business Plan – An Essential Guide for Any Freelance Solicitor
Part 2 – The Practical Application of the SRA Rules
Chapter 6 – The SRA Standards and Regulations 2019 (STARs)
Chapter 7 – The SRA Process to Become a Freelance Solicitor and Practice Limitations
Chapter 8 – Regulatory Requirements
Chapter 9 – The Chambers Option
Chapter 10 – The Things Which May Get Overlooked!
Chapter 11 – Conclusion
Part 3 – Checklists