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We’re hiring! Product Manager, DevOps & Software Developers

Rocket Lawyer UK team banner - January 2016

Rocket Lawyer UK are hiring a new team to work on a big project. We’re looking for a Product Manager, Java Engineer and a DevOps Engineer to work in London and […]

There’s no such thing as robot lawyers

There's no such thing as robot lawyers

Recently I took part in the Legal Debate Series at Thomson Reuters on the topic of Artificial Intelligence in law. The motion was that Artificial Intelligence will fail to have […]

We’re hiring! UX Designer, Java Engineers, DevOps & QA Analysts

Rocket Lawyer UK team banner - January 2016

Rocket Lawyer UK are hiring a new team to work on a big project. We’re looking for a UX Designer, two Java Engineers, one Full-stack Engineer, one DevOps Engineer and three […]

The future of legal services is good for lawyers and consumers

Society of Asian Lawyers - Future of law event - March 2016

Lawyers have nothing to fear about Artificial Intelligence replacing them in our lifetimes, despite predictions that they will. In fact as the legal sector modernises we’ll need more lawyers to […]

General Election 2015: Employment proposals (part one)

Gneral election employment proposals

So ‘election fever’ is sweeping the nation (or at least the media!) but what do the main political parties promise to deliver for employers and employees if they get into […]

Five essential legal documents every business needs

Documents for your business

When starting up your own business, one of your top priorities should be making sure that you have covered the legal fundamentals. There are many good reasons why you should […]

Start a business at your kitchen table

Start a business at your kitchen table

There are around 4.9 million small business enterprises (SMEs) currently operating in the UK which account for two-thirds of the private sector workforce. As well as being vital in building […]

The right to flexible working extended to all employees

Working from home - flexible working

Flexi-time. Work-life balance. Remote working. These are just some of the terms businesses up and down the country will be hearing a lot more of this year as a result […]

The Queen’s Speech – Is it pro small business?

Queens speech - pro business

Just as every Budget speech from the Chancellor is scrutinised by small businesses on the lookout for assistance, so too is the Queen`s Speech as it outlines the legislative plans […]

Same sex marriage introduced in England and Wales

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Gay and lesbian couples can now exchange their marriage vows in England and Wales, removing another form of inequality and improving the rights of  families with gay parents. The Marriage […]

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Rocket Lawyer UK!

Merry Xmas

We’ve enjoyed our first year helping people and businesses in the UK with their legal issues, and we’re looking forward to helping even more next year. If you need legal […]

Obtaining finance through crowdfunding

Flexible working

Another day, another crowdfunding venture hits the headlines… The most recent one is David Attenborough’s campaign to raise £110,000 in order to help the critically endangered mountain gorillas in Africa. […]