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  • Law Society Publishing is committed to producing high-quality, practical publications to support your professional practice and to keep you updated on the latest legal developments.

    All available from the Law Society bookshop, our range includes:

    • books, e-books and reports
    • standalone precedents and forms
    • a selection of legally themed gifts, including practising certificate frames.

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  • Review our publications

    If you would like to review our books, either to provide confidential feedback before publication or to help publicise a book after publication, then we would be happy to hear from you.

    To register your interest in reviewing books pre-publication, please email

    To register your interest in reviewing books post-publication, please email

    Please remember to let us know what areas of law you specialise in so we can consider you for the relevant publications.

    Write for Law Society Publishing

    We are always delighted to hear from potential authors. Every proposal we receive will be given serious consideration. If you have an idea for a new book, please do not hesitate to get in touch and we will work with you to explore its potential.

    You can submit a book proposal by emailing

    Alternatively, write to the editorial team at:

    Law Society Publishing
    113 Chancery Lane
    WC2A 1PL

    DX 56 Lon/Chancery Lane

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    We undertake and commission research and produce reports for our members and the organisation.

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