This willingness to "do different" is not new on the London legal scene. It's in the DNA. So I'd like to congratulate Keystone Law, tonight hosting a party at the Roof Gardens in Kensington to mark its tenth birthday. With a rollcall of 130 lawyers who work from their own or their clients' offices, or a mix of both, Keystone has built a new way for lawyers to operate.
"[Our] growth reflects dramatic changes in the way that clients now source their legal services and equally significant changes in the way that solicitors wish to provide them," says James Knight, managing partner. Why the Roof Gardens? "It reflects Keystone's entrepreneurial core," Knight says. And not a bunga-bunga in sight.