Ahead of the general election on 12 December 2019, the Law Society has identified a series of key policy asks that we're calling on all political parties to adopt to fix our broken criminal justice system.
Preliminary notice that the next AGM will be held at the Law Society's Hall on Thursday 16 July 2020.
An update on our discussions with the MoJ and the lord chancellor on progress of the criminal legal aid review.
This podcast marks European Lawyers Day 2019. This year, the focus is on the right to legal aid in criminal matters and access to a lawyer when detained in prison.
The Graham Turnbull essay competition 2019 is now open for a chance to win a £500 cash prize.
We attended the Birmingham Courts and Tribunals Service Centre to review HMCTS' progress in addressing delays to the probate service.
Over the weekend, the lord chancellor confirmed that the government's proposals to raise fees charged for a grant of probate have been officially scrapped.
This article highlights some of the key bills announced in the Queen's Speech that will be most relevant to solicitors.
A Law Council of Wales is to be established to promote legal education and awareness of Welsh law.
The JAC is recruiting for two part-time fee-paid roles. This is a rare opportunity for intellectual property law practitioners to become a judge
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