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The Commission is examining the use of algorithms in law. Join our next evidence session on Monday 12 November.
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We are based in Chancery Lane and in Cardiff. Whether you are in a high street practice in York, a commercial firm in Derby, in-house in Cardiff, or elsewhere i...
The Law Society is working with local media to help raise the profile of the important work solicitors do to assist people in their everyday lives.
MPs and Peers returned from summer recess for two weeks, before breaking up for the Party Conference season.
The Law Society has outlined its initial views on the MoJ's proposals in its consultation on reforms to the Advocates' Graduated Fee Scheme.
Ahead of Bi-visibility Day, Netanya Clixby busts some common myths about bisexuality.
Any law undergraduates and graduates past and present will corroborate that when the subject of their degree is revealed, to those who were previously unaware,...
Peter Wright explains ten key actions your firm should already be taking to actively demonstrate your compliance.
Fundamental legal rights could be put at risk if the government proceeds with the Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Bill in its current form, the Law Societ...
HMCTS are hosting a free online event on video remand hearings from 13:00 to 14:00 on Thursday 27 September.
You may be breathing a sigh of relief – the 25 May 2018 deadline has passed and you can now put GDPR on the back burner and get on with some ‘proper’ work. But,...
The Law Society has backed a new and innovative education resource aimed at those considering a career in law.
Law Society representatives will be attending the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat party conferences as part of its influencing work.
As part of National Inclusion Week we will be livestreaming a roundtable discussion: 'What does inclusive leadership mean to me?'
Cyclists and other vulnerable road users have had a near miss when it comes to controversial new legislation being pushed through parliament.
The Law Society has responded to the Law Commission's consultation on the law concerning search warrants.
The Court of Appeal upheld privilege as a fundamental right and a principle central to the administration of justice.
The Law Society has responded to the MoJ consultation on the impact of Part 2 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012.
Debra Stanislawski tells us what winning a 2017 Graham Turnbull Award meant to her.
A landmark ruling from the Court of Appeal that ensures clients seeking legal advice when they fear prosecution will have their confidentiality protected.
One letter out of place on a contract or deal could spell disaster and damage your reputation. A lawyer's life is full of pressure: to keep up with changes in t...
The Law Society does not believe the proposed Bill has sufficient safeguards and is not fit for purpose in its current form.
We are concerned that, despite strong opposition from the Law Society and our members, the SRA is pursuing controversial policies.
This book will help you assist clients with trusts, from protecting assets to minimising exposure to tax.
This accreditation supports practitioners with best practice for wills and estate administration.
If you are a clinical negligence specialist, this accreditation will enable members of the public to find you.
Our accreditation covers all types of criminal law work and supports practitioners to qualify to apply for inclusion on local duty solicitor rotas.
Accreditation for family practitioners who meet the highest standards of expertise and client service.
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You may be breathing a sigh of relief – the 25 May 2018 deadline has passed and you can now put GDPR on the back burner and get on with some ‘proper’ work. But, can you?
One letter out of place on a contract or deal could spell disaster and damage your reputation. A lawyer's life is full of pressure: to keep up with changes in the law, to be completely accurate, to bring in more business.
Is using 'young' and 'junior' lawyer interchangeably in the workplace adding to the issues facing junior lawyers?
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