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Court fee increases spell disaster for access to justice. Have your say on how the latest government proposals will affect you, your firm, your clients and your community.
Jonathan talks about the rule of law, access to justice, and conveyancing and land law.
The Law Society actively supports our members' pro bono work and related initiatives - find out how you can get involved in National Pro Bono Week 2015.
The Law Society has published guidance for solicitors to help them meet the needs of vulnerable clients.
We are delighted to be sponsoring the Bush Theatre's summer production The Invisible by Rebecca Lenkiewicz, opening 3 July to 15 August.
On 31 July, Jonathan Smithers, president of the Law Society, delivered a speech on access to justice at the ABA Conference in Chicago.
New report makes recommendations to boost capital markets and attract domestic and international investment in Nigeria.
HMRC has confirmed that as of 29 July, the problem has been fixed and customers can now access relief codes 34 and 35 when filing online.
Information on applying for Lexcel, the Law Society's legal practice quality mark.
Our FAQs have been compiled to help solicitors to better understand the complex area of professional indemnity insurance.
Employment tribunal cases have fallen by over 60 per cent since substantial charges were introduced for people wishing to bring a case against an employer.
The Law Society has replaced the SRA as a signatory to the Voluntary Code of Practice for the Recruitment of Trainee Solicitors.
There are three factors changing the dynamic of parliament which will become increasingly apparent after the House returns from recess on 7 September.
The Bank of England has announced its decision to extend the Clearing House Automated Payment System (CHAPS) settlement day from summer 2016.
Increases in court fees announced by the government yesterday amount to a further assault on access to justice for individuals and small businesses.
The Ministry of Justice is consulting on the closure of 91 courts and tribunals across England and Wales, and the integration or merger of 31 more.
Letter to the Guardian on exceptional funding (legal aid).
Preliminary notice is hereby given, in accordance with Bye-Law 49, that a vacancy has arisen for a Council member in Constituency No 3 Holborn.
In this video, the president discusses mass data retention legislation, proposals to change the way solicitors qualify, the UK-China law programme, court closur...
In 2014, DLA Piper won the Excellence in Pro Bono award. Here the firm describes some of its pro bono work.
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HR consultant Julie Nicholds discusses the steps you can take to identify, manage and retain the talent in your business.
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