The public affairs and campaigns team is at the heart of the Law Society's work influencing government, parliament and key stakeholders in the UK.
By harnessing the collective knowledge, experience and expertise of the legal profession, the Society can lead in developing public policy solutions to challenges facing the legal services sector.
As the Society is a professional body governed by a royal charter, its work with government and parliament is underpinned by its duty to act in the public interest. We work closely with the Society's members when engaging and influencing political stakeholders and policy-makers.
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We are supporting amendments to the Bill that would remove provisions allowing officials to listen into confidential client-lawyer consultations.
We are strongly opposed to proposals that would dramatically hike fees for grant of probate from a flat fee to a sliding scale of fees.
Our thought leadership programme of events brings together representatives from the legal, political, business and third sectors to discuss ideas.
We hosted a parliamentary reception on Global Britain and the law to promote our global legal centre campaign.
We have responded to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government's consultation on implementing reforms to the leasehold system in England.
The Law Society is concerned that the Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill will remove vital existing safeguards for cared-for people.
The Law Society's key campaigns played a key role in a Westminster Hall debate on the future of legal aid.
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 a TPC consultation on proposals to resurrect the fast track appeals system in respect of immigration detainees.
Alexandra Cardenas (Head of public affairs and campaigns) 020 8049 3711 Email Alexandra Cardenas
Rebecca Goshawk (Public affairs manager) 020 8049 4030Email Rebecca Goshawk
Vicki Butler (Campaigns manager) 020 8049 4129Email Vicki Butler
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