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From 4 October 2021, the time limit to appeal convictions from a magistrate’s court to the Crown Court will be changing.
HMCTS is making improvements to the online probate service. Users should submit or delete cases by 19 August, to avoid having to create a new application.
The National Crime Agency is looking for a private sector secondee to the National Economic Crime Centre public private partnership team.
This briefing outlines our views in relation to the Nationality and Borders Bill ahead of the second reading debate in the House of Commons.
From early September 2021 legal representatives will need to process their divorce applications using the digital online service rather than using the paper D8 form.
HMCTS is holding a panel discussion on lifting restrictions in courts and tribunals in England. Send us your questions by Thursday 22 July.
Find out how you can support younger members of the profession to attend the 49th Joint Planning Law Conference in September 2021.
This briefing outlines our views on the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill ahead of its remaining stages in the House of Commons in July 2021.
Find out what's happening with the LSB's work on quality indicators and how to get involved in the SRA's digital comparison tool pilots.
The Home Office has published a circular on suspicious activity reports (SARs) in the context of disclosure in private civil litigation.