The Law Society has responded to a Ministry of Justice consultation on reforming the divorce process.
We have responded to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government's consultation on implementing reforms to the leasehold system in England.
We have responded to the Law Commission's consultation on how to make it easier to execute documents electronically.
We have responded to an MHCLG consultation on making sure that social housing provides safe and secure homes.
The Law Society has responded to a DoT consultation on proposed new offences of causing death or injury by dangerous or careless cycling.
The Law Society has responded to the Law Commission's consultation asking how the UK's Suspicious Activity Reporting (SARs) regime could be improved.
The APPG on Legal and Constitutional Affairs has launched a new report following an inquiry into the effect of Brexit on legal services.
The Law Society has responded to proposals from the MoJ for amendments to the Advocates' Graduated Fee Scheme.
The LawTech Delivery Panel is a team of industry experts and leading figures from government and the judiciary, and has been formed to help the UK legal sector grow and fulfil its potential.
The Law Society has responded to a TPC consultation on proposals to resurrect the fast track appeals system in respect of immigration detainees.
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.