We've responded to the Migration Advisory Committee's call for evidence
We've responded to the Solicitors Regulation Authority's consultation on assuring advocacy standards.
The Law Society's response to SRA proposals for non-UK lawyers in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) is introducing the Standards and Regulationa, which come into force on 25 November 2019. They replace the SRA handbook.
HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) hopes to fund improvements to the court system, such as new digital services, by selling under-used court buildings.
Release under investigation (RUI) is used by the police instead of bail - but unlike bail it has no time limits or conditions.
The MoJ is reviewing the current criminal legal aid fee schemes. It will deliver a final report, including any recommendations, in summer 2020.
The latest on changes to the SRA rules for reporting concerns.
We've responded to the Ministry of Justice's consultation on the treatment of Calderbank offers when determining issues relating to costs.
We've responded to the government's Good Work Agenda consultation on creating a single enforcement body for employment rights.
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.