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Changes to legal services will have an inevitable impact on the solicitor profession. We have identified the key drivers for change in the current landscape of legal services.
Most of us will need expert legal help at some time in our lives. Solicitors are the experts when it comes to the law and how it affects you - find out how they can help you.
As the debate on the UK's position in Europe hots up in the media, why not take a look our reports that aim to help our members navigate the impact a possible Brexit could have on the legal services sector.
Recent changes have meant an erosion in affordable access to justice. Find out about the solutions we have recommended to the government.
Following wide-ranging and open conversations with members about our future role, we have launched a new strategy that focuses on representing, promoting and supporting solicitors.
The income of firms polled in the 2016 Law Management Section (LMS) Financial Benchmarking Survey has increased for a sixth consecutive year.
The Law Society has published guidance for solicitors to help them adapt to the SRA new learning and development regime, known as 'Continuing Competence'.
Law Society has responded to the SRA's statement on regulatory independence.
FCA announces disciplinary action taken against five individuals and three insurance firms in connection with solicitors' PII schemes.
The Law Society Diversity Access Scheme (DAS) opens for applications today, 3 February.
The Law Society has published the first issue of its new, quarterly research publication, highlighting recent research on the legal services market.
Law Society response to a speech by Lord Justice Jackson calling for the extension of fixed recoverable costs to apply to all claims valued up to £250,000.
The Law Society welcomes the Ministry of Justice's (MoJ) decision to abandon plans for the two-tier criminal legal aid contracting regime.
The Law Society has published a report which brings together new and existing evidence to identify the key drivers for change.
A member has drawn attention to a new email being sent to law firms which, if triggered, encrypts the whole of your computer documentation.
The Law Society has responded to the Solicitors Regulation Authority's (SRA) consultation on professional standards and values.
The Law Society has examined the existing requirements in detail and devised options for how the rules could be improved.
The Court of Appeal will decide whether to overturn a High Court ruling on the lawfulness of government changes to legal aid for domestic violence victims.
Law Society president Jonathan Smithers wrote to The Times, regarding the lord chief justice's report on increased civil court costs and the impact of LASPO.
The Law Society has responded to the news that David Cameron has ordered ministers to take action to clamp down on lawyers pursuing claims against veterans.
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In the second instalment on emotional health for solicitors, Julian Hall takes a look at the behaviours that undermine our sense of wellbeing.
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