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Legal Industry Rebounds in June

The UK’s Legal industry generated revenues of £2.79bn in June 2020. Whilst 3.6% down on June last year, that month was the highest billing June on record. June 2020 was the third best June in history for the UK’s legal industry, according to Office of National Statistics data released on 12th August.

NERA Consulting Economist joins Augusta as Lead Economist

Augusta, the UK’s largest funder of litigation by case volume today announces the appointment of Clara Segurola as Lead Economist.

UK Legal Industry Drops to Four Year Low

The UK’s Legal industry generated revenues of £2.35bn in May 2020, 12% down on May last year. May 2020 was the lowest-earning month in four years, according to Office of National Statistics data released on 14th July.

Episode 45 — Robert Hanna; Augusta Ventures

On this episode, we sat down with Robert Hanna, co-founder of Augusta Ventures, the UK’s largest litigation funder by case volume and overseas lead generation. Robert discussed developments in the UK market post-COVID.

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UK Legal Industry Growth Slows As Covid-19 Impacts

The UK Legal Industry generated revenues of £9.34bn in the first calendar quarter of 2020, down 6.6% on the final quarter of 2019. And while there are usually falls between Q4 and Q1 due to seasonal factors, the drop this quarter was the highest in four years, a full one percentage point greater than the drop in the same period in the prior year. The final weeks of March cover the period when Covid-19 was beginning to impact the economy.

Stimulus for The Legal Industry

The following piece was contributed by Louis Young, Managing Director of Augusta Ventures

The Legal Services industry, like many others, is today racing to come to terms with the implications of coronavirus. A range of impacts have been felt to date, including cases being put on hold, staffing concerns and critically, cash flow issues. With clients under pressure, bills aren’t being paid and pipeline looks increasingly uncertain. Alongside this, law firms have high fixed costs, particularly staff, so income is urgently needed.