Our response highlights our concerns that OPBAS is likely to impose unnecessary costs on professional body AML supervisors.
The Law Society has responded to the SRA consultation on proposed regulations for qualification as a solicitor.
The Law Society recently responded to the Sentencing Council's consultation on draft guidelines for sentencing intimidatory offences and cases involving domestic abuse.
The Law Society’s Housing Law Committee recently responded to a consultation by the Welsh government on proposals to reform housing associations in Wales.
The Law Society's submission to the Independent Review of Employment Practices in the Modern Economy concentrates on two key legal aspects of the review: employment status and enforcement.
The Law Society has responded to the Department for Communities and Local Government's consultation.
The Law Society has responded to the Department of Health's consultation on a rapid resolution and redress scheme.
We have responded to the MoJ's consultation on setting the personal injury discount rate.
The Law Society has responded to a government Legal Department consultation on proposed changes to the attorney general’s panels of junior counsel, arguing that panel membership should be opened up more effectively to solicitors with higher rights.
The Law Society recently responded to a government consultation on the housing white paper 'Fixing our broken housing market'.
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