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The Law Society has again called for explicit statutory protection for legal professional privilege in its evidence to the Draft Investigatory Powers Bill Joint Committee.
Law Society's most comprehensive ever study forecasts growth in global legal services market, but pressure on high street law firms.
The Law Society is warning solicitors to check the financial strength of an insurer before purchasing their next professional indemnity insurance (PII) policy, to find out whether the company will be able to meet insurance claims.
The Supreme Court, by a majority of 5:2, has decided that legal professional privilege only applies to qualified lawyers – solicitors and barristers.
The Supreme Court, by a majority of 5:2, has decided that legal professional privilege only applies to qualified lawyers – solicitors and barristers
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