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Rita Gupta, Director of Leiper Gupta Family Lawyers (LGFL Ltd), and member of the Law Society's Family Law panel and Resolution, shares her advice for legal p...
Nimmisha Aslam continues her conversation with Yetunde Dania and Isaac Eloi.
Chris Seel talks to Julie-Anne Johnston about why Hogan Lovells wanted to be one of the first firms to sign the Women in Law Pledge.
The freedom for lawyers qualified in foreign jurisdictions to provide legal services in the UK will not change after the UK exits the EU.
The Graham Turnbull essay competition 2019 is now open for a chance to win a £500 cash prize.
We attended the Birmingham Courts and Tribunals Service Centre to review HMCTS' progress in addressing delays to the probate service.
Your weekly update from the Law Society’s public affairs team on all the latest developments and debates in Parliament and across Whitehall.
Research conducted by the Law Society of England and Wales indicates UK legal technology will need continual investment to stay on top.
Our leaflet provides 10 steps to support law firms in preparing for the possibility of a no-deal Brexit.
Over the weekend, the lord chancellor confirmed that the government’s proposals to raise fees charged for a grant of probate have been officially scrapped.
This article highlights some of the key bills announced in the Queen’s Speech that will be most relevant to solicitors.
We’ve responded to the Civil Justice Council’s consultation on vulnerable witnesses and parties within civil proceedings.
We responded to the Ministry of Justice's consultation on assessing risk of harm to children and parents in private law children cases.
The Queen's Speech announced 26 pieces of legislation for the next parliamentary session, with crime emerging as a domestic priority for the government.
As part of the court reform programme, HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) is piloting early and late sittings in civil and family courts.
The independence of Egypt’s legal processes is under siege as an increasingly authoritarian government systematically undermines the rule of law.
The Ministry of Defence is consulting on proposals for legal protections for armed forces personnel.
The digitisation of the workplace has brought a whole host of new ways for employers to monitor their employees.
This guide for solicitors who deliver civil legal aid services explains when ECF may be available and how to apply.
To celebrate Black History Month, Nimmisha Aslam, Yetunde Dania and Isaac Eloi discuss the experiences of black LBGT+/ally members of the legal profession
We have published updated best practice guidance on supporting solicitors for World Mental Health Day 2019 (10 October).
Release under investigation (RUI) is used by the police instead of bail – but unlike bail it has no time limits or conditions.
Find out about our work to influence the business environment, the law, and the legal market place.
This accreditation scheme covers the representation of patients in all proceedings before the first-tier tribunal.
Our accreditation covers all types of criminal law work and supports practitioners to qualify to apply for inclusion on local duty solicitor rotas.
Join this conference to get the latest updates on new prospectus regulation; underwriting agreements; trends in liability management; hot topics in debt capital markets; and money laundering and bribery. Advanced early bird rates until 27 August.
If you are a clinical negligence specialist, this accreditation will enable members of the public to find you.
Rita Gupta, Director of Leiper Gupta Family Lawyers (LGFL Ltd), and member of the Law Society's Family Law panel and Resolution, shares her advice for legal professionals on privately paying clients.
Elizabeth Rimmer, CEO of LawCare, discusses the suicide prevention focus of this year’s World Mental Health Day and signs to look out for in your colleagues.
Jerry Garvey, Law Society diversity and inclusion adviser, asks the hard question.
“The opposite of poverty is justice” Stevenson 2014. William McSweeney is the Law Society’s technology and law policy adviser, working on the impact of key emerging technologies on the law.
LLM student Sachin Nair, specialising in competition law, discusses the relationship between competition law and the emergence of Big Tech, and how this has led to a “revival” of this area of law in terms of its underlying policy goals.
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