Technology has the potential to unlock justice for all, according to our new report, but it is by no means a "silver bullet".
We've published guidance for the profession on what to do if you encounter a victim of modern slavery.
President Simon Davis has called for influential voices in the media and in politics to protect and promote the rule of law.
A radical overhaul of the regulations that govern solicitors is just weeks away. We've published two practice notes to help the profession adapt.
We welcomed ministers' decision to allow a probate fees increase to lapse, following our campaign to stop the fee hike.
We have awarded aspiring solicitors a coveted scholarship to complete their studies as part of our Diversity Access Scheme.
We have launched a new public legal education initiative to help the public understand their rights when faced with non-disclosure agreements.
Britain - Europe's biggest international provider of legal services and number two in the world - could take a £3.5bn hit from a no-deal Brexit.
Solicitors' leaders today made an urgent plea to incoming prime minister to put the criminal justice system at the heart of the priorities of his administration.
We have welcomed a parliamentary working group's recommendation that property agencies should be regulated.
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