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Choose from 23 categories for a chance to shine at the Law Society Excellence Awards this year.
Our interactive maps highlights local gaps in access to justice in parts of England and Wales.
We're keeping the coronavirus situation under review and will provide regularly updated advice and sources of information for our members.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) situation is changing rapidly as well as the government’s advice. We’re monitoring the situation and listening to your concerns.
We're working with the MoJ and HMCTS on how the COVID-19 restrictions affect courts.
Resources, virtual events and podcasts to support our members during the coronavirus crisis.
We celebrated LGBT History Month with TrowersIncludes. Our speakers discuss their experiences working for GLAAD in the 1980s and 1990s.
Coral Hill is Associate Professor at The University of Law and a non-practising solicitor. She shares excellent tips for our unprecedented times.
We're looking for paid contributors to write and peer review modules for Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) reaccreditation training.
We've had many questions from our members about the possible impacts of COVID-19 on conveyancing transactions.
HMCTS has launched new standard grant of representation application forms for legal professionals.
Our business review for the 2018/19 financial year is now available and sets out what we've delivered for our members.
With the continued spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), keeping our members, colleagues and visitors safe is our top priority.
The chancellor has announced the government’s intention to introduce a new levy on anti-money laundering-regulated businesses (including law firms).
We’re looking at future trends and possibilities to examine what legal work, client needs, and law firm business models might look like in the future.
The government has confirmed which types of legal practitioners are classed as key workers who are essential to the running of the justice system.
Your weekly update from the Law Society’s public affairs team on all the latest developments and debates in Parliament and across Whitehall.
Use of innovative technology in legal services - and subsequent training - remains low among solicitors in England and Wales
Details of the Law Society interest rate as referred to in the Standard Conditions of Sale.
President of the Law Society of England and Wales, Simon Davis has responded to solicitors concerns around coronavirus (COVID-19).
The UK must mitigate the risks of not participating in the Unified Patent Court by investing in its own patent litigation system.
We’ve worked with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in pan-industry discussion to develop a code for leasing business premises.
Zoë Paton-Crockett, partner and head of Commercial Property at North West law firm Butcher & Barlow, shares her path to law.
We're looking for clients who might be interested in speaking to the media about their case.
We've taken the decision to cancel all face-to-face events until the end of July 2020. Delegates will be refunded and we're reviewing online alternatives.
Hear from the finalists of the Legal Access Challenge, a £500,000 prize to encourage innovative legal technology solutions for individuals and SMEs.
Our quality mark covers all types of personal injury work for defendant and claimant injury practitioners.
This quality mark is for members who meet the highest standards of expertise and client service in all types of children law work.
The Law Society's quality mark for any practice that can demonstrate excellence in legal practice management and client care.
Our competition community offers a forum for competition law issues and promotes access to the officials you work with.
Accreditation for members who meet the highest standards of expertise and client service in immigration and asylum law work.
Richard Roberts, director and co-owner of Gedye & Sons, details the warning signs of financial abuse of the elderly, what practitioners should look out for, and the steps they can take where such abuse is exposed.
How do men reconcile work and family lives? Richard Collier Professor of Law at Newcastle University says there has been a striking silence around one topic in the gender equality discussion – the precise role of men and the relationship between men’s lives and gender equality.
Matt O’Brien, Chair of the Birmingham Law Society Criminal Law Committee, explores how regional law societies give their members the power to influence national policy.
In the first of a two-part series on complaints, Rebecca Atkinson, the director of risk & compliance at Howard Kennedy LLP, looks at some of the reasons why clients complain, and how to avoid complaints by focusing on providing 'good' service in key areas
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