Professional development: Quality is compulsory
When choosing training, firms seem to forget their own advice and settle for what is tried and tested rather than looking for real value. This could all change with just a few simple procedures, writes Alan Pannett
Increasingly when pitching for work solicitors tell their clients that they can provide ‘real value’ beyond that which competing firms can provide. In proposal documents they state that they are unique, or at least different from other firms, citing a range of ways in which this is evidenced.
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