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Community for
New Law Firms

Wearing many hats.

What they don’t teach you at Law School is how to run your own business. To do that you need to wear many hats. That’s where our Community for New Law Firms comes into its own.

As well as being a lawyer, you need to be a leader, a marketeer and an IT technician. You may become a manager, have a team and you’ll need to understand finances, cashflow, credit control and much more…

It can be lonely at the top and you’ll need to learn fast. So, it’s important to educate yourself in these areas. To do this, it can be helpful to have access to a community network, to guide you through the experience. People who can act as the sounding board for your ideas.

An important part of running a business is knowing where to go for that sound advice.

What does the Community for New Law Firms include?

Of course, there is assistance available from The Law Society and The Law Society of Scotland. However, when it comes to the nitty gritty of setting up and running a new business, it can pay dividends to speak to like-minded people who have done exactly that themselves.

LawStart’s Community can help you with:

  • Practical advice and guidance
  • Access to resources to help you plan your business
  • A network of like-minded people
  • Practice management software and support
  • Cashroom support
  • Accounting assistance
  • Marketing know-how.
community for new law firms

If you are ready to start a conversation, we are very much available and look forward to chatting with you…

Our key services include:

Cloud Software

Cloud-based practice management solutions.


Cashiering and bookkeeping services.


Accounts, tax advice and cashflow forecasting.


Company and partnership formation.


Helping you to build your new legal business.


Human resources and contract advice.


Access to like-minded legal entrepreneurs.

Virtual Office

Mailing, telephony and secretarial support.

Let’s start a conversation…

If you are seriously considering branching out on your own, please contact one of our professional advisors. We have years of experience working with new start law firms and will be happy to provide practical advice and a no commitment assessment of your needs.

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