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Lawtech providers are gaining traction. Our report explores trends in adoption rates in the legal sector.
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Our guidance on the SRA Transparency Rules can help you and your firm comply with the new minimum requirements.
The Honorable Mr Justice Murray offers his valuable advice and experience to solicitors who are applying for appointment to the Bench.
We spoke to Jonathan Andrews about diversity and inclusion, representation of disabled lawyers, and common misconceptions about autism.
Maria Seale, Ethic Minority Lawyers Division committee member, recently attended a Council meeting at the Law Society and wrote about her experience.
A HCLG committee report has acknowledged our call for developers and estate agents to share lease information with the purchaser up front.
We have warned that new legislation targeting domestic abuse is likely to have precious little impact if not accompanied by significant additional money.
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The recent surge in machine learning popularity, largely driven by the success of deep learning since around 2010, has provided much excitement around the possi...
Unmarried couples may benefit from a cohabitation agreement to protect their rights. This guide looks at what these agreements can cover and issues to consider.
Our campaign to improve the criminal justice system has recently received support from a number of politicians.
The draft guidance is designed to assist those advising non-UK domiciled clients on the important tax changes introduced by the Finance (No.2) Act 2017.
Umar Kankiya draws attention to the importance of role models in aspiring and inspiring people to achieve their goals.
We have responded to the Law Commission’s consultation on ‘Reinvigorating commonhold: the alternative to leasehold ownership’.
We have produced a parliamentary briefing ahead of the chancellor's spring statement on 13 March 2019.
Our team of solicitors answers questions on anti-money laundering, customer due diligence, client care, and conveyancing.
Carol Storer reports on the Law Society’s Future of Law lecture delivered by Lucy Frazer QC MP on 26 February 2019.
New research released by the Law Society suggests that how far senior women can go in their legal careers may well depend on where they live.
This guide highlights the changes in consumer law that will occur should the UK leave the EU without having reached an agreement.
This report examines the top findings from the 225 women's roundtable discussions held as part of our Women in Leadership in Law project.
We have been developing a new way to help our members and their organisations develop practice excellence in equality, diversity and inclusion.
HM Courts and Tribunals Service has announced a one-year extension of its court reform programme.
The LGBT+ Lawyers Division collaborated with a number of firms and organisations across England and Wales to mark LGBT History Month 2019.
As an Asian woman, mother and lawyer, Amandeep Khasriya is passionate about raising awareness of the barriers faced by women in law.
Our relationship management team has engaged with members around the country to deliver diversity and inclusion forums and discuss key areas of concern.
Ranjit Thaliwal, mental health law solicitor at Thaliwal & Veja Solicitors, discusses the importance of Time to Talk Day.
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The recent surge in machine learning popularity, largely driven by the success of deep learning since around 2010, has provided much excitement around the possible applications for law firms, explains Rafie, CEO and Co-founder of Genie AI, a machine learning startup.
Our president Christina blogs that International Women's Day is a chance to celebrate and remember the pioneers who have gone before us, and to take stock of all that has been achieved.
A common thread uniting graduates contemplating a legal career, trainee solicitors, and recently qualified associates (2-3 years PQE), is the desire to work in an environment where employees are made to feel valued.
For 30 years I practised as a sole practitioner in North Shields in north east England, my partners having long since retired. When I reached my late 50s, my thoughts turned to my retirement.
As with many good things in life, the London Bisexual Network (LBN) started over a bottle of wine in a noisy City bar, explains Max Rossiter, trainee solicitor.
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