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Read our no-deal Brexit guidance and other advice and insight for solicitors.
We're celebrating the 30th anniversary of our Practice Advice Service. Find out more about how they can help you.
The wait is over. Find out who has made it into this year’s shortlist.
Find out how you can help us achieve gender equality across the legal profession.
Fees from firms and individual practising certificates help us support our work for you. Find out more.
We conducted a research project to investigate whether technology is the key to unlocking access to justice innovation.
Your weekly update from the Law Society’s public affairs team on all the latest developments and debates in Parliament and across Whitehall.
We have responded to the government's consultation on improving transparency in supply chains.
We will be attending the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat party conferences this autumn as part of our influencing work on behalf of members.
President Simon Davis has called for influential voices in the media and in politics to protect and promote the rule of law.
The prorogation of parliament this week has caused the long overdue vote to approve the government’s probate fee hike to lapse.
This practice note focuses on the freelance solicitors’ model. This way of working is a new practice pathway that did not previously exist for solicitors.
We are looking for new members to join the Women Lawyers Division steering committee. Find out more and how to apply.
We met with HMCTS again for an update on the delays to the probate system. Find out what they're doing to improve the probate service.
This practice note offers support to solicitors who deliver, or are considering delivering, non-reserved legal services to the public.
Richard Mabey, CEO & co-founder of Juro (contract management software for teams) shares his experience working with customers on getting the most out of your l...
The government plans to extend fixed recoverable costs to more areas. Find out what we're doing to support our members.
Placida Ojinnaka shares her thoughts about the personal and professional benefits of attending our recharger course.
Money laundering through property is a major problem, especially in London. Read about your duties and steps you can take to tackle it.
The MoJ is reviewing the current criminal legal aid fee schemes. It will deliver a final report, including any recommendations, in summer 2020.
Legal professional privilege (LPP) protects certain confidential communications from disclosure without your client’s permission, even in court.
Property fraud is on the rise and fraud methods change all the time. Our guide explains what you should look out for.
This guide highlights the changes to VAT and its impact on goods and services should the UK leave the EU without an agreement.
We are aware of the considerable problems with the Defence Solicitor Call Centre this week. Find out what we're doing to help our members.
This event celebrates the achievements of inspirational women who have reached senior positions in the profession. It will be livestreamed on 12 September.
"However fast regulation moves, technology moves faster."- Elizabeth Denham, Information Commissioner
Our president Simon Davis has written to the government calling for urgent investment across the wider criminal justice system.
Find out about our work to influence the business environment, the law, and the legal market place.
Join this one-hour webinar on 23 October to learn more about how to manage mental health in an increasingly digital world.
Our competition community offers a forum for competition law issues and promotes access to the officials you work with.
This accreditation supports practitioners with best practice for wills and estate administration.
If you are a clinical negligence specialist, this accreditation will enable members of the public to find you.
Richard Mabey, CEO & co-founder of Juro (contract management software for teams) shares his experience working with customers on getting the most out of your legal tech software.
Andrew McWhir is the Law Society policy adviser for competition law, and GDPR & EU. He discusses the known paradox that the opportunities for digital innovation rely on people trusting organisations with their personal data, and the GDPR mechanisms that support this for lawtech.
Nikki Alderson, former criminal barrister and now corporate and executive coach, provides advice on how to advance.
Simon Day is a copywriter and blogger who specialises in writing about health and safety and autism. He recently discovered he has autism.
This article was sourced by Tom Chapman at CandidSky, a marketing agency in Manchester that works with law firms in the UK.
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