The rule of law depends on an immigration system that is fair and fit for purpose, the Law Society of England and Wales said.
The Law Society has said that employment law is getting a much-needed overhaul to protect the rights of people working in the gig economy.
The Law Society has said that removing blame from the divorce process will allow separating couples to focus on what really matters.
Lawyers must never be persecuted for defending human rights, the Law Society has said on International Human Rights Day (10 December 2018).
The Law Society has said that mental health patients must be given greater choice and control when the outdated Mental Health Act 1983 is revised.
Small businesses and individuals who need legal advice will be able to find regulated information from law firms about their fees and services.
Support for criminal legal aid trial payments must be balanced by boost for case preparation work to ensure survival of the criminal defence profession.
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 Law Society has welcomed news that the MoJ has scaled down a pilot project to extend court opening hours.
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.
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