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We’ve worked with 13 other trade and representative bodies to update the LPE1, LPE2 and FME1 forms. Find out what this means for you.
Applications for fee-paid judicial recorders open in early 2022. On Thursday 9 December, the Judicial Office is holding a seminar for those interested in applying.
COP26 ended on Saturday 13 November. We've set out the conference outcomes, its successes and shortcomings.
We summarise an update from HM Courts and Tribunals Service and other members of the probate service user group, regarding timeliness, stopped applications and upcoming changes.
Tell us how your firm would respond to changes in the number of cases to the Crown Court. Deadline: Friday 26 November 2021.
This briefing outlines our views on the Professional Qualifications Bill, ahead of its report debate in the House of Lords on 9 November 2021.
In November 2021, the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) published new guidance to help candidates prepare for selection exercises.
Members who work in central government can now vote for their representative to join the Law Society Council.
The Ministry of Justice is considering whether to extend the statutory instrument that allows video-witnessing beyond January 2022. Complete our survey on video-witnessing of wills.
In the SRA's 2020/21 anti-money laundering report, 83% of its 29 enforcement outcomes featured insufficient customer due diligence.