The Law Society welcomed Dominic Raab to his new role as lord chancellor and secretary of state for justice.
The annual general meeting of the members of the Law Society will be held on Thursday 14 October 2021 at 2.15pm.
Juliet Oliver and Polly Sweeney discuss the risks involved when returning to face-to-face working with clients and offer practical guidance on how to keep your people safe.
The government must guard against the new Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill undermining access to justice.
The president of the Law Society is urging ethnic minority members to register to vote in the ongoing Council elections before 22 September.
Monica Virdee reflects on her own career, and provides advice to graduates with a 2.2 degree on how to stand out and have a great career in law.
This week: the Lords adopt our Environment Bill recommendations and debate raising the judicial retirement age, while government is questioned on return of asylum seekers.
We are concerned that the Building Safety Bill still leaves leaseholders bearing the brunt of the cladding crisis.
We warn that proposed changes to lasting powers of attorney risk undermining vital safeguards for the most vulnerable people.
Government should rethink plans to limit costs that can be recovered in civil litigation cases