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If you are a solicitor, we welcome the opportunity to publish any appropriate original articles. There is no charge or fees associated with publishing your articles. You can maintain copyright on your article. Your article can include you professional profile, including your qualifications and professional experience. To avoid indirectly publishing advertising for specific legal services, we require articles to advise seeking legal advice in general without advocating a specific solicitor or law firm.
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We distribute contacts from the forms on the Web site to various solicitors. In order to protect the reputation of this Web site we have very strict rules for how these contacts should be handled. The query must be answered quickly in order to provide a satisfactory level of customer service. The query must be sent directly to a qualified solicitor and not administrative staff. The information must not be stored in any type of database and the potential client must only be contacted in related to the specific question. There should be no charge or fee for providing the initial advice to the general public. A solicitor answering any phone or email queries must verify that the client does not already have legal representation.
Please note that in contentious cases, solicitors may not calculate the fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any compensation award or settlement.
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About the Editor in Chief
Eoin P. Campbell is an honours law graduate (LL.B) and qualified solicitor whose primary professional experience in the area of litigation and in particular personal injury claims. Eoin P. Campbell is currently lecturing in law at two universities in Lyon, France.