As your professional body we’re hearing a lot from our members on the ground. We’re using that insight as the voice of solicitors with government and regulators during the pandemic. We’re developing advice and support to help you through this difficult period.
Our priorities are:
These were our immediate priorities in the first days of the crisis. We're already starting to see results, and we're now turning to other issues that arise. To raise any issues, contact us.
Domestic abuse victims are particularly vulnerable during the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown and need more protection than ever.
We've compiled issues and possible solutions to consider if you're renewing your firm's PII during the coronavirus pandemic.
We're keeping the coronavirus situation under review and will provide regularly updated advice and sources of information for our members.
Resources, virtual events and podcasts to support our members during the coronavirus crisis.
The Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme has been extended to support "all viable small businesses affected" by coronavirus.
This guidance is intended to assist investigators and prosecutors in deciding whether suspects should be interviewed as part of a police investigation during the coronavirus pandemic.
Temporary changes due to the coronavirus situation.
As organisations expand and embed their remote working capabilities, the overall surface area of risk widens.
Melinda Giles, partner at Giles Wilson, Executive Committee member of the Law Society Private Client Section and member of the Law Society's Wills and Equity Committee, discusses wills, the legalities, and what you can do to help clients during coronavirus.
Your weekly update from the Law Society's public affairs team on all the latest developments and debates in Parliament and across Whitehall.
If you have any questions about our coronavirus work, contact us.