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We’re running a poll to gather your views and experiences on how you believe gender equality within the profession has been influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A team from the IfES, the University of Southampton and Half the Sky are seeking information on solicitors' experience of work during COVID-19.
We've summarised the key announcements and policies in the budget that will affect solicitors and their firms.
Take part in our 2021 essay competition: “Is social media the greatest arbiter of free speech?”
We're looking for submissions to our photo exhibition on the impact of the pandemic on young people.
We're holding an event with Amnesty International (UK) on how states can support human rights defenders and their work.
We've requested urgent action of several UN rapporteurs ahead of the second hearing in the criminal trial of the alleged perpetrators of the killing of Tahir Elci, former president of the Diyarbakir Bar Association.
We've summarised the update from HM Courts and Tribunals Service on changes to the digital probate service.
We gave a statement with Lawyers for Lawyers on the situation of lawyers in Belarus to the 46th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council.
We've joined with international bar associations and human rights groups to arrange International Fair Trial Day, which will be observed every year on 14 June.