We praised the conclusion of the far-reaching review of the treatment of rape victims as they try to navigate the justice system.
Your weekly update from the Law Society’s public affairs team on all the latest developments and debates in Parliament and across Whitehall.
We caution that law firms need more long-term certainty after the UK government unveiled its plans for criminal legal aid contracts for 2022.
We've responded to a Law Commission review on the current law on taking, making and sharing intimate images without consent.
The legal profession has urged the Ministry of Justice to reconsider early disclosure plans or risk them failing before they even begin.
The Lord Chancellor outlined his court and tribunals recovery plan at the Law Society on Chancery Lane.
Your weekly update from our public affairs team on all the latest developments and debates in Parliament and across Whitehall.
A pillar of our criminal justice system could topple if the government does not increase investment, we've warned in response to the Independent Review of Criminal Legal Aid’s call for evidence.
We’ve responded to the Independent Criminal Legal Aid Review – a major review of criminal legal aid led by Sir Christopher Bellamy.
We highlight the key bills from the Queen’s speech, outlining the government’s legislative agenda for the next year.
HMCTS is seeking your views on the use of remote hearings during the pandemic.