Tag: Plug and Play Law

First Fee-Share Law Firm in Scotland?

Fee-share law firms and Scotland

It was amusing to see today a newly established law firm in Scotland, spun out from an English one, claim to be “the first fee-share law firm in Scotland” as they launch with just one consultant solicitor in the country. Ahem… Fee-share law firms are certainly not new to Scotland. Inksters have been doing just…
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Inksters concentrate on Consultancy Business Model

Concentrating Purely on the Consultancy Business Model

From today, after 22 years in business, Inksters are concentrating purely on the consultancy business model. A model that Inksters first started to move towards over 8 years ago. Inksters transition is now complete to a law firm where all solicitors benefit financially directly from the fruits of their own labours. Inksters no longer have…
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Maverick Law

Maverick Law

Following the official launch of Plug & Play Law the news was reported at insider.co.uk (the online sister website of Scottish Business Insider, Scotland’s oldest business magazine) with the headline “Maverick lawyer launches radical new collective-style business model”. The article went on to say:- The entrepreneurial lawyer and Twitter aficionado Brian Inkster, an advocate for…
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Brian Inkster - Inksters - Plug & Play Law

Inksters launch Plug & Play Law

Inksters Solicitors have launched Plug & Play Law in a drive to build on and enhance their business expansion in Scotland. Plug & Play is a term for law firms coined by Mitch Kowalski in his book ‘The Great Legal Reformation: Notes from the Field’ that features Inksters. Mitch Kowalski refers to Plug & Play…
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