The Law Society has analysed the government's draft Withdrawal Agreement to produce a summary of the salient points for solicitors.
The government published its white paper setting out what they are seeking to achieve in negotiating the UK’s exit from, and new partnership with, the EU.
The Law Society's Head of International Mickaël Laurans spoke at a roundtable briefing on mutual recognition of professional qualifications.
The Law Society has worked with other professional and business services providers to highlight the important contribution we make to UK and EU economy.
Simon Davis discusses the future of international financial disputes post-Brexit with Hon Mr Justice Robin Knowles CBE and Professor Jeffrey Golden.
We are encouraging members to write to their MP to urge the government to negotiate and secure the continued rights of lawyers to practise, establish law firms, and have rights of audience in EU member states.
An overview of the work that the Law Society has been doing in the 12 months since the triggering of Article 50, and the steps that it is encouraging solicitors to take.
This submission outlines the Law Society of England and Wales’ views on the appropriate dispute settlement mechanisms for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
Stephen Lynch, public affairs adviser, discusses five key priorities for our work on Brexit following a consultation with members.
Funke Abimbola, general counsel at Roche, discusses why she is getting involved with the Global Legal Centre campaign.
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.
Joanna Hunt scrutinises the government’s recent paper on the future status of EU nationals, and its implications for anyone working in legal services.