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The SRA Transparency Rules came into force on 6 December. Our guidance can help you and your firm comply with the new minimum requirements.
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The Commission is examining the use of algorithms in law. Join our next evidence session on Thursday 14 February 2019.
Identify, prevent and resolve potential threats putting your practice at risk.
I was born and raised in Nigeria, West Africa, and for as long as I can remember I wanted to be a lawyer.
The Courts and Tribunals (Judiciary and Functions of Staff) Bill completed its passage through the House of Commons after concluding its remaining stages last w...
Law Society partner and equity crowdfunding platfrom Seedrs explains how developments within AI are taking law firms and solicitors to the next level.
The winners of the 2018 Graham Turnbull human rights essay competition have been announced..
The Law Society has responded to a Ministry of Justice consultation on reforming the divorce process.
When, if at all, might computers replace humans and in what capacities? And how can we grasp the reach and depth of the transformations that are already well un...
This practice note sets out the Law Society's advice on good practice for the steps you should take if a will you have prepared is disputed.
The Law Commission is consulting on proposals to make commonhold work across the property sector. Submit your views and help shape recommendations for reform.
HM Courts & Tribunals Service will be conducting a small-scale video testing pilot in Birmingham and Manchester civil justice centres.
The Law Society has said that removing blame from the divorce process will allow separating couples to focus on what really matters.
Lawyers must never be persecuted for defending human rights, the Law Society has said on International Human Rights Day (10 December 2018).
The Law Society has said that mental health patients must be given greater choice and control when the outdated Mental Health Act 1983 is revised.
Our relationship management team has been engaging with you across the regions on a variety of topics ranging from diversity in the profession to price transpar...
Last week the Law Society’s Head of Justice, Richard Miller, gave oral evidence to the Women and Equalities Select Committee for its inquiry on enforcing the Eq...
Small businesses and individuals who need legal advice will be able to find regulated information from law firms about their fees and services.
The GDPR and DPA 2018 enforce a high level of transparency on data controllers, including solicitors. We look at what this means in practice.
In this article, we expand on the advice provided in our practice note to give examples from different areas of law subject to the SRA Transparency Rules.
There are many reasons why we as a profession need to get better at accommodating people with disabilities.
HMRC are presenting a webinar to summarise and explain recent changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax announced in the 2018 budget.
Following a review of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme, the Law Society will soon launch an improved CQS to better support members of the accreditation.
On Monday the Secretary of State for International Development, Penny Mordaunt MP, backed our global legal centre campaign, which promotes the benefits of Engli...
We speak with Chris about mental health in the City.
Our civil justice community provides guidance and insight on providing legal services in this fast-changing environment.
Our competition community offers a forum for competition law issues and promotes access to the officials you work with.
Our property community offers members access to CPD-accredited events, best practice and advice from specialist residential and commercial practitioners.
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When, if at all, might computers replace humans and in what capacities? And how can we grasp the reach and depth of the transformations that are already well underway?
There are many reasons why we as a profession need to get better at accommodating people with disabilities. One key reason is that disability is one of the few diversity groups which any of us might become a member of (whether temporarily or permanently) at any point in our lives and without warning.
Everyone knows that if you catch a problem early, you're more likely to stop it getting worse.The same is true for legal problems - most of the time, these are easier, and cheaper, to address early on.
Most solicitors will be aware of the SRA Transparency Rules being introduced this December. It's an open secret that this move has been unpopular with the profession.
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