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The Commission is examining the use of algorithms in law. Join our next evidence session on Thursday 14 February 2019.
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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.
We have welcomed a pledge by the attorney general to take a look at the rules surrounding disclosure of evidence in the criminal justice system.
The government has announced today that the Flexible Operating Hours pilot will commence in spring 2019.
In this podcast three members of our LGBT+ Lawyers Division discuss the need to reform the Gender Recognition Act 2004.
The Law Society has analysed the government's draft Withdrawal Agreement to produce a summary of the salient points for solicitors.
Updated version of the consent form to be used for the release of health records under the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018.
Submissions to the annual Graham Turnbull human rights essay competition are now open.
Do you have a happy client who isn’t camera shy and who would love to promote the solicitor profession?
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Growing concern that the UK could exit the EU without a deal has led the Law Society to publish guidance for solicitors to mitigate some of the risks.
I am an immigration solicitor and read with interest the October press release with Christina Blacklaws highlighting procedural and cultural problems at the UK...
Our overview document summarises all property forms and identifies if/when you need to use them.
The Law Society's key campaigns played a key role in a Westminster Hall debate on the future of legal aid.
The Law Society was referenced extensively in a Westminster Hall debate on the future of legal aid on Thursday last week.
We have responded to an MHCLG consultation on making sure that social housing provides safe and secure homes.
This guide highlights the changes in civil and commercial cooperation should the UK leave the EU on 29 March 2019 without an agreement.
This guide highlights the implications of lawful transfers of EU personal data in the UK should the UK leave the EU without reaching an agreement.
This guide highlights the changes to practising in family law should the UK leave the EU on 29 March 2019 without having reached an agreement.
This guide highlights the changes to the provision of legal services in the EU should the UK exit the EU without reaching an agreement.
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The Law Commission is seeking views on proposals to reform the law of enfranchisement designed to benefit leaseholders of houses and flats.
The Law Society has responded to a DoT consultation on proposed new offences of causing death or injury by dangerous or careless cycling.
The Law Society has produced guidance that provides recommendations to firms on how to fulfil gender pay gap reporting requirements.
The Law Society has warned that the slackening of rules governing legal services unveiled by the LSB today will put consumers at risk.
Law Society president Christina Blacklaws has criticised the decision by ministers to plough ahead with new probate fees via statutory instrument.
Our International department provides support and advice to law firms and legal professionals working abroad, or exploring international opportunities.
Our competition community offers a forum for competition law issues and promotes access to the officials you work with.
Our community for partners, leaders and practice managers in legal businesses provides advice, information and the support you need.
If you are a clinical negligence specialist, this accreditation will enable members of the public to find you.
This accreditation scheme covers the representation of patients in all proceedings before the first-tier tribunal.
I am an immigration solicitor and read with interest the press release with Christina Blacklaws highlighting procedural and cultural problems at the UK Home Office.
I practice immigration, my clients include companies and individuals. I am a sole practitioner with two employees and one simple functional website that I do not rely on for marketing my firm.
As lawyers, we are really good at talking about "access to justice". I have used that phrase countless times over the past few years.
What is pro bono work? It is free legal advice or help provided by lawyers to the public. Lawyers have always done pro bono work.
Algorithms and data are increasingly influencing the justice system. Professor Sofia Olhede and Dr Patrick Wolf explain the basics all lawyers should understand.
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