Edward Fennell writing in his weekly column 'In the City'
Keystone Law is one of the small but growing number of "alternative" law firms that offer cost-effective legal services via experienced lawyers who have tired of corporate politics, but still enjoy working with clients.
As part of its expansion, Keystone has announced its KeyCard service, giving small firms telephone access to more than 100 of its senior solicitors. "This will help smaller law firms to become more commercially robust while simaltaneously reducing their risk". said James Knight, managing partner at Keystone Law, keen to throw a lifeline to the high street.