Barristerservices is a business focussing on the IT needs of barristers owned by David Reed.
David has over 8 years experience of providing technology solutions for barristers and other legal professionals and has a comprehensive understanding of the particular needs of barristers and the changes in the legal services domain.
His aim is to provide software and other technical services to make barristers' lives easier, more profitable and better organised.
Prior to setting up Barristerservices, David Reed spent most of his working life in the media monitoring business. He was one of the founders of Presswatch Media, and was responsible for setting up and running their IT systems. As the company grew, David created corporate information websites for many of the firm's largest clients, including Pfizer, Glaxo, Next, the NSPCC and SAGA. He also created bespoke software systems for Diageo, the BMJ, the Cabinet Office and many others.
We understand barristers have legal obligations to keep their data confidential and we take privacy very seriously
Our services are by subscription only. No personal data is sold, shared or used in any way.
Barristerservices is hosted by a professional hosting service, using the linux Debain operating system, known for its security focus. We take security seriously and use our best efforts to keep you data and our system secure. Whilst no systems are perfect, we believe we have a good balance between useability and security.
Please don't forget your account is only as secure as the password you choose - try to use a phrase with numbers and special characters. Don't use one of these.
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