A trailblazing woman lawyer and the lead solicitor in the Cambridge Analytica test case were just two of the 22 winners at the Law Society Excellence Awards.
Removing obstacles and supercharging innovation in the legal technology industry will be the focus of a wide-ranging review undertaken by the newly established LawTech Delivery Panel.
Lawyers from the EEA who are in partnership with solicitors from England and Wales will have to change their status in the event of a no deal Brexit.
The crisis in the criminal justice system is so acute an independent review into the economic sustainability of legal aid is vital.
Vulnerable adults would be put at risk if care homes were given increased responsibility for decisions about their liberty.
The Law Society has warned that government proposals to curtail the timeline for appeals by people in immigration detention could lead to injustices.
The Law Society has said that the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal should retain the criminal standard of proof in response to a SDT consultation.
Greater clarity on the process for reporting misconduct that is appropriate for law firms of all sizes is essential to ensuring that serious cases are dealt with quickly, the Law Society of England and Wales has said.
Law firms face a tight turnaround to publish price and service information for consumers and small businesses, the Law Society of England and Wales warned today.
Changes to the insurance environment mean law firms need to take a close look at their own arrangements this year.
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