Inksters have featured in or been involved in a number of books. From Law Reports and Legal Textbooks to Business/Personal Improvement Books.

Here is a selection of books that have an Inksters connection:-

The Great Legal Reformation: Notes from the Field by Mitchell Kowalski

The Great Legal Reformation - Notes from the Field

The Great Legal Reformation: Notes from the Field is a book "of legal dispatches from the cutting edge of legal business" and includes an entire chapter dedicated to Inksters. Mitch Kowalski tells the story of how Brian Inkster has built and developed Inksters over an 18 year period but in particular the innovations over the last 4 of those years that have accelerated growth and created a new type of legal firm unlike any other in Scotland. Mitch also mentions that Brian looks kind of like Elvis Costello.

Crofting Law by Derek Flyn and Keith Graham

Crofting Law - Derek Flyn

Crofting Law is the legal textbook for crofting lawyers. Co-written by Inksters' very own Crofting Law consultant Derek Flyn.

The Go-To Expert by Heather Townsend and Jon Baker

The Go-To Expert

The Go-To Expert is the guide on how to grow your reputation, differentiate yourself from the competition and win new business. This book contains a case study on how Brian Inkster has become the Go-To Expert for Crofting Law.

Valuable Content Marketing by Sonja Jefferson and Sharon Tanton

Valuable Content Marketing

Valuable Content Marketing tells you how to make quality content your key to success. It includes, in a section on getting found on the web, how Inksters get found through publishing content online:-

"They have turned their website into a valuable resource for people looking for their services, putting their years of legal knowledge online."

Business Networking by Heather Townsend

Business Networking

Business Networking has been described as 'the most relevant, current and comprehensive guide to business networking available". It contains a tip from Brian Inkster on Twitter use.

Property Trusts and Succession by George Gretton and Andrew Steven

Property Trusts and Succession

Property Trusts and Succession contains a chapter on the law of servitudes (easements for our English readers) and discusses Moncrieff v Jamieson with a footnote that references which is an Inksters' domain linking to the Parking Law section of this website.

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