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The Commission is examining the use of algorithms in law. Join our next evidence session on Monday 12 November.
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Our latest forecasts of the UK legal services sector show the likely impact of Brexit in the medium and longer term.
As part of how we support our members, Membership Extra gives access to an exclusive range of discounted products and services.
Lawyers from the EEA who are in partnership with solicitors from England and Wales will have to change their status in the event of a no deal Brexit.
The Law Society has responded to proposals from the MoJ for amendments to the Advocates' Graduated Fee Scheme.
The crisis in the criminal justice system is so acute an independent review into the economic sustainability of legal aid is vital.
In this podcast, Michelle Bramley talks about bribery and corruption and what is being done domestically and internationally to tackle it.
Our resident deputy district judge columnist discusses diversity in the judiciary, her thoughts on the reform of divorce law in the light of the government’s co...
The Law Society has responded to a TPC consultation on proposals to resurrect the fast track appeals system in respect of immigration detainees.
Your firm has just been hacked. What do you do in the aftermath of a cyber-attack?
It all began for me at university. Up to that date, my life had essentially been one of carefree fun, with little or no real responsibility.
Constituency No 28 - Central Lancashire and Northern Greater Manchester is now vacant and elections will be taking place shortly.
This podcast discusses the current challenges to the rule of law in the UK and what the legal profession can do to uphold and defend it.
The Law Society is concerned by provisions in the Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Bill that would weaken legal professional privilege and restrict access...
Parliament returns from its conference recess this week, and justice-related issues will take centre-stage as the Lord Chancellor and his ministerial team face...
The six most frequently asked questions relating to residential conveyancing transactions.
The ICPR has been funded to undertake research examining how professionals may unwittingly participate in money laundering and organised fraud.
Our ‘Justice in focus’ exhibition will be held in the main foyer of the Law Society on Chancery Lane, London, from 29 October to 2 November 2018.
The Law Society has published its response to the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal's consultation.
This practice note aims to assist firms to address the issues that arise when a solicitor, who has held fiduciary roles, retires or departs from a practice.
Law Society representatives attended the Conservative Party Conference and highlighted a number of priorities.
The Law Society has published its response to the SRA’s Reporting Concerns consultation.
Law firms face a tight turnaround to publish price and service information for consumers and small businesses, the Law Society of England and Wales warned today...
The Law Society has responded to the Rosewell Call for Evidence Questionnaire on the efficiency of the Planning Appeal Inquiries process.
The Law Society has produced a report in partnership with website security provider, SharkGate.
Party Conference season is well underway, with the Liberal Democrat and Labour Conferences taking place over the last two weeks, and the Conservative Conference...
Our quality mark covers all types of personal injury work for defendant and claimant injury practitioners.
Our competition community offers a forum for competition law issues and promotes access to the officials you work with.
The Law Society's quality mark for any practice that can demonstrate excellence in legal practice management and client care.
This accreditation supports practitioners with best practice for wills and estate administration.
Accreditation for members who meet the highest standards of expertise and client service in immigration and asylum law work.
This year marks the 9th year in which the Law Society is celebrating Black History Month.
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You may be breathing a sigh of relief – the 25 May 2018 deadline has passed and you can now put GDPR on the back burner and get on with some ‘proper’ work. But, can you?
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