Law Society blog
Here are all the posts from July 2018.
30 July 2018
Way back in the winter of 2015, before the world went mad, it was put to the public that lawyers are boring party guests. Here, I counter that suggestion.
26 July 2018
In this bumper edition of the Parliamentary report you can find updates on the Law Society's access to justice campaigns and Brexit work from the last two weeks.
24 July 2018
I am in my thirties, the proud owner of a mortgage, and as much as I hate to admit it, it has taken me far too long to qualify.
17 July 2018
Is hitting a plateau in your career a cause for complaint or complacency? It could be a reason for celebration.
12 July 2018
The start of the parliamentary week had the Treasury Sub-Committee scheduled to take evidence on the conduct of tax enquiries and resolution of tax disputes with representations being made by Reed Smith LLP and Capital Law.
10 July 2018
After 16 years of practice, I refused to take a brief for the very first time.
05 July 2018
Last week, Richard Atkinson, Co-Chair of the Law Society’s Criminal Law Committee, gave evidence on the Counter Terrorism and Border Security Bill and set out our concerns around access to a lawyer and new powers to seize privileged material.
02 July 2018
The alphabet soup LGBTTQI+ of sexual orientation and gender identity only gets larger. Referring to someone who is not straight or cisgender may be a challenge to a lot of people.