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We are very concerned about the proposed tender process - read our analysis and summary of the documentation.
How much do you really know about the 2014 legal year? Test your knowledge.
The Global Law Summit, which takes place from 23-25 February 2015, will help the Law Society promote UK law around the world.
Our annual review presents our key achievements and what our members think of our work to represent, support and promote the profession.
Lobbying parliament, campaigning for justice, delivering training and promoting solicitors to the public - we’re committed to getting your voices are heard, your needs met and your business supported.
This practice note outlines the environmental liabilities that may arise when dealing with property transactions that involve contaminated land.
Flooding is a growing risk for British property. This practice note advises on flood searches and other means of investigation.
The Law Society opposes the proposal that the SRA ceases being a designated professional body in relation to consumer credit activity.
Watch the video of our first legal aid roadshow. Richard Miller, head of legal aid, talks about what is likely to happen over the next few months.
The High Court will today hear a legal challenge of the lawfulness of government changes to legal aid for domestic violence victims.
The exceptional legal talent of three trainee solicitors has been recognised in this year's Horsfall-Turner Essay Prize Competition, run by the Law Society's Co...
The Law Society Council has decided seek a judicial review of the legal aid crime duty tender process.
Legal chiefs and academics demand new laws to stop police and security services from spying on meetings between lawyers and their clients.
A practice note with general guidance on tax matters to help sole practitioners keep their tax affairs in order.
An opinion poll of GPs has found a majority of doctors believed that the number of their patients who would have benefited from legal or specialist advice has i...
The calculation of stamp duty land tax (SDLT) for residential properties changes on 4 December 2014.
Law Society president, Andrew Caplen, comments on the duty crime tender documentation.
Research undertaken by the Law Society's Junior Lawyers Division has found that only four per cent of young lawyers are interested in working in legal aid.
The International Bar Association, the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe and the American Bar Association have jointly issued a new guidance report on...
We welcome the LSB's decision not to approve the SRA's application to reduce the minimum level of PII cover from the current level of £2 million to £500,000.
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