Our relationship management teams work with individual members and firms to represent their views, increase awareness of Law Society services and activities, and add value to members’ businesses.
Our mission is to build a strong relationship between the Society and its members, including those in private practice and in-house roles. We achieve this through an account management approach for larger organisations and collaboration with local representative groups and stakeholders.
The Law Society has a network of representatives in the English regions and an office in Wales. Our regions are divided between four teams:
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Mental Health Awareness Week takes place 14-20 May this year in the UK and this year focuses on stress.
Legal professional privilege is a fundamental human right. It encourages clients to be open and frank to their lawyers and enables lawyers to act in the best interests of clients. It allows the administration of justice to take place.
Michael Burd, partner and chair at Lewis Silkin LLP, discusses gender pay gap reporting.
We catch up with Gemma Lodge, Law Society social mobility ambassador.
Roger Matthews is a senior director at Dechert.
An outline of the how the Law Society will be promoting the solicitor profession throughout 2018.
An overview of the activity the Law Society is undertaking to support and promote the solicitor profession in the UK regions.
Progress report on the publication of the new LLS Handbook.
A chance to find out more about the Law Society's' campaigns work, and their importance for members.
James Woolf and Michael Lonergan, regulatory policy advisers, outline a free upcoming breakfast event on 16 April that will provide food for thought for all firms small and large.
Our guidebook provides Law Societies of all different sizes and structures with the tools and guidance to support the invaluable work they do within the legal profession.