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The attorney general is looking to appoint new members to the London A, B and C panels to undertake civil work for government departments.
The Law Society has reminded the profession that new SRA rules mean firms must publish a range of price and service information by 6 December.
This practice note describes the new SRA Transparency Rules and offers support to solicitors in deciding how to comply with the new Rules.
The Law Society has responded to proposals from the MoJ for amendments to the Advocates' Graduated Fee Scheme.
Our resident deputy district judge columnist discusses diversity in the judiciary, her thoughts on the reform of divorce law in the light of the government's consultation, and why she would like to see specialist family courts
Our anonymous Deputy District Judge columnist ponders the changes sweeping through the courts system, both good and bad, and their impact on the judiciary, litigants and access to justice.
We caught up with Vicky Preece, winner of last year's Solicitor Advocate of the Year award, to find out how her success has impacted on her working life and practice.
The Law Society's Library lists resources which contain precedents for skeleton arguments. Read the FAQ.
The Law Society is running Advocacy and the Vulnerable sessions to help solicitor advocates practise more effectively in relation to vulnerable witnesses.
The Law Society's advocacy advisory group has responded to a consultation by Queen's Counsel Appointments proposing changes to the current process.
Learn to test core witness handling skills in a context that demands a highly technical application of those skills.
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