We have responded to the Financial Conduct Authority's consultation on optimising the senior managers and certification regime.
The Law Society has responded to the Commission on Justice in Wales' call for evidence.
The government plans to reform the divorce process to remove the concept of fault. Many legal professionals feel current divorce law is out of date.
We have responded to the SRA's application to the LSB to carry over the existing rules for PII and the Compensation Fund into the new Handbook.
We have responded to BEIS's consultation on proposals regarding the planning system for electricity storage.
We have responded to the Law Commission's consultation on 'Reinvigorating commonhold: the alternative to leasehold ownership'.
The Law Society's Public Policy Commission is examining the use of algorithms in the justice system and what controls may be needed.
We have responded to the Legal Services Board's consultation on its proposed business plan for 2019/20.
We have responded to the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs' consultation on biodiversity net gain: updating planning requirements.
The MoJ has published a legal support action plan setting out the steps it plans to take following the post-implementation review of LASPO.
Our Wales office represents the Society's view and interests to the Welsh government, Westminster and Brussels.
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Legal breakfast co-hosted with Oxfam GB to formally launch the Lawyers Against Poverty initiative.