Lines are open Monday to Friday between 09:00 to 17:00 unless stated otherwise. Telephone call may be monitored or recorded for quality and training purposes.
General enquiries line
Call +44 (0) 20 7242 1222
Unfortunately, the Law Society can't help with legal problems. If you need legal advice, see our Find a solicitor section.
If you are a journalist with a press enquiry, see our contact details.
Other useful information
The Law Society helplines provide practice advice, support and access to pastoral care for solicitors.
Complain about a solicitor
The Legal Ombudsman provides a contact number:
0300 555 0333 (Mon-Fri 08:30 to 17:30)
See the Legal Ombudsman website for further details.
Become a solicitor
Help and advice is available from the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Junior Lawyers Division.
Solicitors have free access to one of the best law libraries in England.
Visit the library services for more information
The Law Society's Hall contains a variety of elegant function rooms - perfect for conferences, private banquets or weddings and other celebrations.
Visit the venue hire website for more information.
Law Society Gazette
The Law Society Gazette is the most widely read news magazine in Europe for the legal profession.
See the Gazette website for subscription information, contact details or how to advertise.
Law Society Bookshop
Visit the contact page on the Bookshop website for more information on order enquiries or to find out about becoming an author.
The Directories Unit produces three annual titles: The Law Society's Directory of Solicitors and Barristers; The Charity and Appeals Directory; and the Spring Legacy Appeals Directory.
Find out how to advertise
Contact details for enquiries for members of the Law Society Council, Boards and Committees:
Alternatively, if you are a solicitor you can contact your Council member by email. See our constituency listing document for details.
Read more about Law Society Governance.
Law Society Charity
The Law Society Charity is a charitable fund set up by the Law Society in 1974. It makes grants to a wide range of organisations and individuals with a view to directly furthering law and justice.
More information and how to apply for funding
The Law Society's membership benefits programme offers our members access to an extensive range of professional and lifestyle oriented products. Visit the membership benefits section for more details.