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Reforms to employment tribunals that dilute the role of industry and trade unions in resolving workplace disputes are ill-considered.
The removal of a five-year time limit on evidence of abuse which prevents vulnerable victims of domestic violence from obtaining legal aid for court hearings is welcomed.
People who have suffered injuries in road traffic accidents will be denied access to justice under plans outlined today by the Ministry of Justice in its Prisons and Courts Bill.
An attempt to limit circumstances in which the MoD can be found negligent if it fails in its duty of care to servicemen and women was today criticised by the Law Society.
Nominations for this year's Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year awards are open.
Roles of the president and justices of the UK Supreme Court are now open to applications.
The Law Society is marking this year's LGBT History Month with some free events.
The Law Society will participate in the newly-launched Social Mobility Employer Index, which measures openness to talent from all backgrounds.
This appeal is due to be heard on 23 February and the judgment should provide clarity for solicitors.
Service men and women who have been injured during combat must not be shut out of the justice system, the Law Society said today.
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