Inksters News 2010

Inksters News from 2010:-

  • Ugli Mediation (listing)
    Ugli Mediation recommendation

    17 May 2010: Inksters are the recommended Scottish law firm of ‘Ugli Mediation’, a new mediation service launched in Edinburgh today.

  • The Law Society of Scotland
    Alternative Business Structures Conference

    7 May 2010: Brian Inkster took part today in the Alternative Business Structures Conference. The Law Society of Scotland asked Brian to stand in, at the last minute, for Saleem Arif of QualitySolicitors.

  • Eleven

    1 May 2010: Inksters is Eleven today. We are excited by the start of a new year and the opportunities that are in front of us. Keep an eye on Inksters News and Inksters Tweets as our next year unfolds.

  • Happy Easter
    Easter Holidays 2010

    1 April 2010: Inksters' office will be closed on Friday 2 April 2010 for the Easter Holiday weekend with us re-opening at 9.00am on Tuesday 6 April 2010.

  • Investor in People
    Investing in People for a Decade

    31 March 2010: Inksters have been re-accredited as an Investor in People, 10 years on from when the firm first achieved the standard in 2000.

  • Quality Solicitors
    Quality Solicitors Conference

    19 March 2010: Brian Inkster was in Sutton Coldfield today for the first annual conference of the Quality Solicitors Organisation.

  • Michael Scutt
    Michael Scutt talks to Brian Inkster

    13 March 2010: Michael Scutt talks to Brian Inkster about social media, modern communications in the Highlands & Islands of Scotland, Habitat for Humanity and what the future holds for Inksters.

  • Web 2.0
    Improved Web 2.0 Participation

    7 March 2010: An interesting blog post from Jon Bloor at Peninsulawyer on 'Law Web 2.0?' made us wonder at Inksters whether we could be doing more to make a participatory website.

  • Moncrieff -v- Jamieson
    Moncrieff v Jamieson Lecture Updated

    2 March 2010: Brian Inkster has updated his lecture on ‘Moncrieff v Jamieson: An insight from the coal face (or perhaps more accurately the cliff edge)’, to include relevant articles and cases from 2009.

  • Brian Inkster
    Servitudes Lecture

    23 February 2010: Brian Inkster today gave a lecture on the Law of Servitudes to the Conveyancing class at the Law School of the University of Strathclyde.

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