The EU referendum result will lead to a surge in demand for legal expertise and guidance.
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The Law Society has responded to the International Trade Select Committee inquiry into the UK's trade options post 2019.
UK businesses will continue to need solicitors who can practise across borders as this will be critical in supporting international business following Brexit.
Today's decision by the Supreme Court makes it clear an act of parliament is required to authorise the government to trigger Article 50.
Today's decision by the Supreme Court clarifies how article 50 can be triggered, which will start the process resulting in the United Kingdom leaving the European Union.
The prime minister rules out continued membership of the single market, the LASPO Post-Implementation Review is announced and the Law Society anticipates the Supreme Court judgement on Article 50.
Legal services were highlighted as a glowing example of a highly competitive sector by prime minister Theresa May
Justice secretary Liz Truss recognises the global reputation of the law of England and Wales.
Alexandra Cardenas discusses Brexit, briefing parliamentarians and the Law Society's work on small claims.
By the time you read this we may have had the judgment in the Article 50 litigation from the Supreme Court.
Since the EU referendum result, we have been gathering our members' views on the impact that leaving the EU could have on both their clients and their businesses.
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This webinar, recorded on 17 May 2016, examines the legal consequences of Brexit for commercial parties, so that you are able to discuss these topics with your clients in a more informed way.
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