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Our submission focuses on questions included in the call for evidence on legal independence and access to resources.
This evidence highlights some of the human rights deficiencies in the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill.
Law Society written evidence to the Joint Committee on Human Rights on the human rights implications of the EU Withdrawal Bill
The Law Society believes that action against modern slavery should be further strengthened.
Human Rights Committee member Angela Jackman talks to the Law Society about her work as a leading human rights solicitor and as a lecturer at City University.
Clinical negligence victims will be the main casualties in government plans to save the NHS money if adequate time is not taken to get the process of fixing costs right, the Law Society has warned.
The state must protect vulnerable people from being deprived of their liberty without proper legal safeguards, the Law Society of England and Wales said following a stinging ruling in the Court of Protection.
Human Rights Committee member Glyn Maddocks reflects on his pioneering work with the Centre for Criminal Appeals, and his long fight to overturn miscarriages of justice.
This practice note provides guidance to members of the Law Society's Mental Capacity (Welfare) accreditation scheme in carrying out their duties.
What are the future ramifications of the Repeal Bill? How should Henry VIII clauses be used? We ask two experts from Middlesex University for their thoughts.
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