Our clients cannot afford excessive legal costs to dispose of unwanted litigation. Ours is a frugal approach, we leverage off technology and use a minimalist approach to get the job done, as quickly as possible, at the least cost and aggravation to our clients. Our focus is always on winning the case, rather than going through the motions. This has endeared us to our clients and given us a formidable reputation amongst our opponents.


Everything we do is driven by efficiency and necessity. The purpose is to be rewarded by referrals. To this end, we consistently review our practises and procedures to remove all vestiges of archaic legal traditions including:

  1. We never write letters to our client commenting on letters received from others, this only racks up fees. Instead we simply forward the correspondence by email without comment. A few hours later our clients see our response go out or a draft for their approval if delicate.
  2. We run a paperless office. If our clients ask for a document they get it instantly at no charge because for us it is only a few clicks away at most. We can make our entire file available for download upon request.
  3. We copy our clients on all internal emails regarding their matter no matter how informal. This keeps them in the loop, and allows them to arrest any misconceptions we may have before their money is wasted. We forward all correspondence from the other side to our clients before we even read it. We cc. our clients on all correspondence with the other side.
  4. We use electronic discovery in order to keep the costs down.
  5. We avoid lengthy and expensive conferences with clients by having our clients remotely log into our system using TeamViewer, Google Meet or Zoom so that the work can be done over the telephone (with both the solicitor and client seeing the words on the screen as they are typed). This allows extensive affidavit preparation to be broken into manageable chunks and reduces waste brought about by fatigue.
  6. Our system of work deployment is flexible to ensure human resources can be re-deployed to address peaks in work flow and to allow for absences. Together with our technology, this allows a seamless and stress free take-up of the fluctuating demands of our clients.


Even with the best solicitors in the world a client can still be aggravated, over-charged, and poorly represented if the barrister selected is not the best choice.

  1. We never use a barrister who is of unknown quality. Most of our barristers have been on our panel for years. Our panel of barristers only grows when we find ourselves up against an outstanding barrister whose legal knowledge, case preparation and acute reasoning over a lengthy trial convince us he or she will make a valuable addition. 
  2. We rarely conference with barristers. We find that conferences are not the most efficient way to get the barrister up to speed. Instead we brief in writing and obtain advices in writing wherever possible. This has the added advantage of keeping you, our client, in the loop.
  3. We generally only use barristers for contested hearings. For directions hearings and most interlocutory applications we use our solicitors. This is cheaper and more practical.
  4. We brief barristers simply by sending a short email attaching the documents they need. We do not write 20 pages of elaborate “observations”, nor do we put together tabbed folders and other redundant material.
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