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Find out how to join the steering committees of our four diversity and inclusion divisions: Women Lawyers, LGBT+ Lawyers, Lawyers with Disabilities and Ethnic Minority Lawyers.
We took part in a panel session with HM Courts and Tribunals Service and Public Health England to discuss the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions in courts and tribunals.
The Family Procedure (Amendment No. 2) Rules 2021 will come into effect in October 2021, making changes to the Family Procedure Rules 2010.
The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 (DDSA) comes into force in April 2022. Ahead of this, a new report from the Finding Fault study has been published.
On Wednesday 28 July, I. Stephanie Boyce marked the re-opening of Chancery Lane and celebrated her achievements during the first 100 days of her presidency.
HM Revenue and Customs is consulting on the way that trading profits are allocated to tax years for tax purposes.
Applications for the role of deputy district judge (DDJ) opened on 19 July 2021. The closing date is 9 August 2021.
The Judicial Office held a seminar on 16 June 2021 to help lawyers prepare applications to join the judiciary. Members of the Solicitors Judges Division can watch a recording.
This webinar from June 2021 is for solicitors who would like to hear more about judicial appointments and the application process. Members of the Solicitor Judges Division can watch a recording.
Read the message from the Bar Council and Law Society following the recent ransomware attacks on chambers.