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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.
Explore the regions where law firms have challenged the Legal Aid Agency's duty contract procurement decision across England and Wales.
The Law Society has compiled a pro bono toolkit for law firms, to support and encourage the provision of pro bono legal services through organised pro bono programmes.
On 22 October, BBC journalist Mishal Husain presented 17 awards to outstanding teams and individuals at our prestigious annual awards ceremony.
The Law Society president Jonathan Smithers shares the highlights of his first 100 days.
The chancellor announced higher rates of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) for purchases of additional residential properties.
We are gravely concerned that plans outlined by the chancellor will contribute to the continued erosion of access to justice for ordinary people.
The Court of Appeal held that the lord chancellor did have power under LASPO to introduce the test.
The Law Society has criticised a government plan to raise the small claims limit for personal injury claims to £5,000.
The Legal Aid Agency has announced details of the own-client contract arrangements from January 2016.
The Law Society is calling on members to oppose any restriction on the use of in-house advocates.
The Planning (Subterranean Development) Bill and the Direct Planning (Pilot) Bill will now be discussed by a House of Lords Committee.
The Law Society today published guidance for solicitors on good practice in working with transgender employees.
The president has written to the Justice Select Committee and the Public Accounts Committee.
This practice note is designed to help everyone in your firm to work respectfully with transgender people.
The Law Society is offering international law firms the opportunity to host a young Brazilian lawyer.
The Housing and Planning Bill had its second reading on 2 November. It will now be scrutinised by a Public Bill Committee.
The Ministry of Justice is consulting on proposals to revise the costs-capping scheme for eligible environmental challenges.
The latest case law relevant to planning and environmental law practitioners.
The Law Society supports Stonewall's anti-bullying campaign #NoBystanders.
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Markus Coleman explains the three simple steps to effective knowledge management for your firm.
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