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We have produced a practice note to help solicitors protect clients from flood risk, increasingly a concern for those owning or occupying property and those looking to buy property in flood prone areas
The Law Society has welcomed the announcement of a Justice Select Committee hearing into the government's proposals for price-based competitive tendering of criminal legal aid services.
Last night's London Legal Walk has raised a record £575,000 for charities that provide free legal advice in London and the South East.
Local law societies have told Chris Grayling that cuts would lead to 'solicitor deserts', raise the risk of miscarriages of justice, and would cost the taxpayer more than the current system.
Over 7,000 lawyers will today hit the streets of London to raise funds and show their support for the free legal advice sector.
Lawyers across England and Wales are planning a nationwide moment of unity to express their genuine concern and alarm at the government's plan to cut criminal legal aid.
The Law Society wants to ease the regulatory burden on firms and is inviting members of the profession to offer their views on how red tape can be reduced.
The Law Society is inviting legal professionals from across England and Wales to enter the Excellence Awards 2013.
Criminal legal aid lawyers last night took the opportunity to spell out face-to-face with Chris Grayling their opposition to the government's proposals for price-competitive tendering (PCT).
The Law Society of England and Wales has today condemned the prosecution and conviction of Fijian non-governmental organisation The Citizens Constitutional Forum and its director Reverend Akuila Yabaki for criminal contempt.
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