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Our new practice note has advice on how to recover if you have fallen victim to a client account scam.
Use our interactive map to find out how the proposed closures will affect you and your clients, and complete our online survey.
Tell us what you think about our draft strategic aims. Survey open until 11 September.
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.
The Law Society has published guidance for solicitors to help them meet the needs of vulnerable clients.
Total number of business deals facilitated by the top 50 UK law firms decreased in the first half of 2015 but there are signs of a pick-up.
Letter to The Independent on criminal court charges.
There are currently two casual vacancies on the Council, one in Merseyside and District, and one in Yorkshire.
Find out how you can lobby your MP over government proposals to close 91 courts and tribunals. Our campaigner pack includes a template letter.
The Law Society has published a practice note aimed at helping law firms recover if they have fallen victim to a client account scam.
This practice note has advice on the PII requirements in the current market, how you should apply and how much cover is required.
Letter to the Guardian on compensation for patients who have been harmed.
This practice note outlines the regulatory and legal requirements that apply when a firm's client account has fallen victim to scammers.
How will government proposals to close 91 courts affect you and your clients? Complete our short survey.
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The Law Society has published its response to the MoJ consultation on changes to the Victims’ Code.
The Law Society has published its response to the Sentencing Council's consultation on proposals to update the definitive allocation guideline.
The Law Society has published its response to the SRA consultation on the regulation of consumer credit activities
Land Registry will treat simple and complex postponements in the same way and accept either a letter or deed when a charge is registered.
The Law Society has published its response to the Law Commission's consultation on the enforcement of family financial orders.
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President's video blog: August 2015
Jonathan Smithers discusses our action in response to the latest government proposals to increase court fees and close 91 courts and tribunals.
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