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Our interactive map shows the impact the proposed closures would have on local people, as told to us by solicitors who serve their local communities.
Whoever you are, wherever you are from, however much, or little you earn - you deserve access to legal advice and the justice system.
The Law Society has published proposals to improve the employment tribunal structure - for employees, employers, and the administration of justice.
Celebrate the breadth and impact of pro bono work undertaken by the legal profession across the year.
Our new practice note has advice on how to recover if you have fallen victim to a client account scam.
On 7 October, Jonathan Smithers, president of the Law Society, delivered a speech at the International Bar Association (IBA) conference in Vienna.
Help us illustrate the impact of the government's proposals to introduce fixed costs for claims up to a value of £250,000.
Our consultation response reflects solicitors' views on the likely adverse impact of the proposed closures.
The Law Society has submitted written evidence to the Justice Committee inquiry into courts and tribunal fees and charges.
On 1 October, Jonathan Smithers, president of the Law Society, delivered a speech at the Opening of the Legal Year breakfast.
The outcome of the criminal legal aid duty provider tender will be delayed until 15 October.
The proposals include the removal of all but one of LeO's time limits and the extension of the remaining time limit.
The Law Society welcomes the Ministry of Justice's review of the impact of Employment Tribunal fees.
The second edition of the LPE1 form was released today along with the introduction of a buyers leasehold information summary (LPE2).
On 30 September, Jonathan Smithers, president of the Law Society, delivered a speech at the Opening of the Legal Year dinner.
The building society has announced that in order to be considered for membership of its panels, firms must be Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) accredited.
The Law Society has given evidence to the House of Lords Select Committee reviewing the implementation of the Equality Act in relation to disability.
The legal services sector would be disproportionately disadvantaged compared to the whole UK economy if the UK were to leave the European Union.
UK must be able to recruit skilled lawyers from outside the EEA if London is to retain its pre-eminent position as a global centre of legal excellence.
The Law Society has prepared potential remedies for criminal firms should they be unsuccessful in relation to all or part of their duty provider tender.
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Brexit: economic modelling for legal services
Catherine Dixon, Law Society chief executive, outlines the Society's latest work on economic modelling of the impact of a possible UK exit from the European Union on the legal services sector.