Our daily legal summaries, delivered by 7am, 362 days of the year by email, offer the latest news, views and comment of relevance to the legal sector. We bring the profession targeted, well-written daily briefings enabling readers to digest only the most salient issues driving the media agenda first thing in the morning.
By making sense of abundance, our experienced editors ensure our suite of legal press summaries, servicing the UK and US, act as short ‘Breakfast Briefings’ allowing our clients the time to digest only what matters to them rather than getting submerged in media noise.
Larger firms see our legal briefings as invaluable time-saving services, while small to mid-size legal practices regard them as vital information tools where they may not have easy access to a wide range of information sources and curated news
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Melanie Riley, Director, Bell Yard Communications
"Really excellent quick overview of some key legal issues of the day…Very useful synopsis of what you need to know!"
Simon Dimmick, Partner, Blandy & Blandy LLP
"As a specialist legal PR agency, The Letter of the Law is a must-read resource for us. It arrives first thing in the morning and gives us a great summary of the main legal stories being covered by the main newspapers, together with the names of the law firms that have been quoted or involved in those stories. As such, The Letter of The Law is also a very useful tool for law firms to keep an eye on the competition. I recommend it to all my clients."
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