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Today (15 January), the judicial review hearing into criminal legal aid duty contracts started at the Royal Courts of Justice. Read our skeleton argument.
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.
The Ministry of Justice has announced it will increase fees for money claims from April 2015.
Exceptional students who face social and financial barriers to a career in law are invited to apply for the Law Society's scholarship programme.
Now is a good time for English and Welsh firms to be thinking about South Korea.
Hold a bake at your firm to raise funds for your local Legal Support Trust.
The government has announced it will proceed with court fee increases for some civil cases from this April and is consulting on further court fee increases.
President of the Queen's Bench Division Sir Brian Leveson has published his review of criminal justice efficiency.
The High Court today rejected a legal challenge over the lawfulness of government changes to legal aid for domestic violence victims.
The initiative will help address some of the needs caused by the cuts to legal aid.
We are concerned that dual regulation will increase costs to the public and the profession.
Law Society and Bar Council share concerns of social workers and journalists over Regulation of Investigative Powers Act.
Students at Haverstock School in Chalk Farm had a lesson with a difference today following a visit from some of the UK's leading lawyers.
As the bill stands, there are a number of issues that would have a significant impact on human rights.
Our response to the SRA's competence statement for solicitors.
Judge orders MoJ to pay for a litigant in person to be represented despite his lack of eligibility for legal aid.
Julie Ashdown received an OBE for services to equality and diversity.
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