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What was once the future is now the present

Traditionally, a solicitor would send or assign a dictation to a member of their support team for typing. Now with COVID-19 continuously forcing us to change the way we work, many solicitors have found themselves in a position where they no longer have their usual support structures while working from home. Many solicitors have even …

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Dictation just got more efficient

Dictation for many solicitors is an important and necessary part of working life. Dictation allows solicitors to save time drafting simple documents, reduce lengthy meetings into useable transcripts, or simply to organise their thoughts through the course of a busy workday. All done using a handheld device that’s connected to your computer. But what if …

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Managing Your Business In Changing Times – Outsource Annual Conference 2019

Managing Your Business in Changing Times was the headline for Outsource’s Annual Conference this year which was held at various venues throughout Ireland and was widely attended by close to 500 Solicitors.  With a firm focus on how firms can prepare and meet the challenges that lie ahead, Outsource lined up a panel of key …

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An international flair to Keyhouse

Enterprise Ireland International Markets Week is taking place at the RDS in Dublin. It truly in an international event as Enterprise Ireland have brought back staff from international offices across the globe to meet ambitious Irish companies like Keyhouse looking to expand overseas. Pictured are Brian Sweeney, Martina Winters and Stephen Keogh of Keyhouse who spent a …

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Smith & Williamson 7th Annual Survey of Irish Law Firms

According to Smith & Williamson’s latest survey of Irish law firms, most anticipate a strong year ahead, with revenues and profits continuing to rise.  From a technology perspective, it’s encouraging to hear that firms feel investment in technology is helping to improve their working practices and client service. However, as the survey highlights these responses …

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