Commercial courts activity falls sharply after a record year, but the proportion of foreign litigants grows as the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war is yet to be felt.
We've responded to the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) consultation on reforming the Human Rights Act. We do not believe there is a case for the sweeping reforms proposed.
Lubna Shuja, vice president of the Law Society, sat down with Travelers Europe to discuss bias in the workplace, how to minimise it and be an ally.
Cyprus is to introduce an amendment to its constitution that will give judges the option to conduct proceedings in English at its new commercial and admiralty courts.
We’re calling for the abolition of statutory consultation to reform the judicial application process so it mirrors the diversity of the applicants’ pool and of wider society.
It's crucial to look after the data you hold and keep your technology secure. Mitigo detail the measures firms must take to remain compliant and protect their clients.
In spring 2022, the Law Society of England and Wales became an observer member of the Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH).
We stand in solidarity with people in Ukraine following the Russian Federation’s illegal invasion of the country. Lawyers in the UK have set up pro bono initiatives to lend their support.
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The Law Society of England and Wales has appointed Ian Jeffery as chief executive.