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.
We have analysed the results of a survey of the larger domestic law firms about how the COVID-19 crisis would impact on the legal system and their own practices.
This practice note outlines the regulatory and legal requirements that apply when a firm's client account has fallen victim to scammers.
This guidance is for members who are thinking of providing pro bono assistance during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Small law firms are playing a crucial role in providing advice to vulnerable people during these difficult times, yet reduced cash flow and fee income have put many at risk of collapse.
We've put together a toolkit to help MPs answer questions they're likely to be getting from your constituents.
Simon Thomson looks at how coronavirus is affecting professional indemnity insurance and explains our work in this area.
Ruth Ormston and Tessa Jones from the Mindfulness in Law Group explain what mindfulness is, and how it might help solicitors during the coronavirus pandemic.
Valerie Robertson summarises the key pro bono guidance available for City firms on coronavirus (COVID-19).
Coronavirus has impacted visa applications and led the government to make temporary changes to the rules for businesses and their employees.
The government has confirmed which types of legal practitioners are classed as key workers who are essential to the running of the justice system.
If you have any questions about our coronavirus work, contact us.
Our carefully selected partners offer services that may support our members in the current challenging time.