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We welcome the backing of protections that back limitations on the interception of legally privileged material.
Chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond delivered his 'first and last' Autumn Statement yesterday, which will be replaced by a Spring Statement from 2018.
Where can I find a list of expert witnesses?
Law Society response to Lord Justice Jackson's review of fixed recoverable costs
I have a dispute with a barrister over professional fees. What support does the Law Society provide in such cases, and must I tell my client about the situation that has arisen?
I act for the claimant in a litigation matter in which he needs to swear an affidavit. Is a solicitor colleague in another department able to administer the oath?
Chief executive Catherine Dixon addresses issues of conflict of interest and LPP
Access to justice must be at the heart of any changes the government makes to the civil justice system, the Law Society said today.
The Law Society has responded to the MOJ's consultation on proposed amendments to civil procedure rules and practice direction.
The Law society has responded to the government's response on the reform of judicial review and use of financial information.
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