News and advice for solicitor advocates from the Law Society on civil, family and criminal advocacy issues.
Whatever the future of legal aid, digital working is the future for the criminal justice system.
Details on how to report problems with using digital equipment in courts or prisons.
The Lord Chief Justice (LCJ) has issued guidance to resident judges on the approach they should take in cases where members of the criminal bar are declining to accept returns of defence work.
This page collates research, reports and information that highlight waste in the system.
Advice for defence lawyers who represent clients with mental health conditions and learning disabilities.
New provisions allow a foreign national who admits committing a criminal offence to be offered a caution, with a condition that they agree to be removed from the UK and not return for a period of time.
Tribunal Judge (First Tier Health, Education and Social Care Chamber) Meleri Tudur provides some tips on how to successfully manage unrepresented parties.
Professor Dame Hazel Genn, Dean of the Faculty of Laws at University College London (UCL), provides an overview of UCL's two-day course aimed at increasing understanding of what it means to be a judge
It is possible that solicitors could be unwittingly involved in assisting immigration fraud and associated money laundering.
The Law Society has produced a report on how the criminal justice system can be improved, based on consultation with practitioners.
This guide explains how the Criminal Finances Act will affect your clients’ businesses.
Our accreditation covers all types of criminal law work and supports practitioners to qualify to apply for inclusion on local duty solicitor rotas.
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