We've responded to the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government's Consultation on A New Deal for Renting: Resetting the Balance of Rights and Responsibilities between Landlords and Tenants
We have responded to LeO's discussion paper about how it could improve transparency and extend its current reporting of decisions to make more information available.
We've responded to Professor Mayson's interim report setting out his proposals for the future regulation of the legal framework in England and Wales.
We've responded to the Ministry of Justice consultation on making the Housing Possession Court Duty Scheme more sustainable.
The government is planning to make the leasehold system fairer for leaseholders. Find out what we're doing to support our members.
In December 2019, we responded to the NICE quality standard consultation on decision making and mental capacity.
We've responded to the independent review of the Damages-Based Agreements Regulation 2013.
Ahead of the general election, we've analysed the key justice-related pledges made in the Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrats and Plaid Cymru manifestos.
Read our guidance on our policy and what you can do to contact your local candidates ahead of the upcoming general election.
Ahead of the 12 December general election, we have produced a Law Society manifesto highlighting our main policy priorities.
Our Wales office represents the Society's view and interests to the Welsh government, Westminster and Brussels.
The Law Society campaigns on behalf of the profession on important topics within the legal sector. Current campaigns include: access to justice, criminal legal aid and professional indemnity insurance.
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Legal breakfast co-hosted with Oxfam GB to formally launch the Lawyers Against Poverty initiative.